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Digital page images are linked to the text file. is x VOIi XXI I VH - v lilKBMiiea t7ai i NEWS m - M JB pr - L -t in- - 1 I ritvn jr- illlU I1T L I ii 7 1 IiJttlJrjkitibMJL lfAII flflM lll LTV IT Willi WW ii Ml mi Ji - aKefittMfTUIK 1 J iv I v jl ILjl1 A ii M 3 - - ii j - ij wiSBri AW iniiiiiiiiiH i w j i JF Mfco rfV Banderd am m m nJ Who Have ceii CalliiMs Silver PiifHAU Kinds of sau Namcfriid Acciisinn Us of Havi Deparfei front the JPrnitli JHI of Our fcrtjiersi 1 - i MlT 1 I f ttttfcssei mraaa KumlQ ft 9faW4aVkf I Jr em If t U w 1 WEDNESDAY JPLY hftvrleil I 22 1896 NOa f VM i MalJUtJl to ihs- Iifiietieirttiitmil8 ae thbyAvere wHt ten id luideratood by both sldes and notto besuvlftled w alterations of jnctietrMtojattlie bidding of a por ftofl of thh creiiltors n Jthe iieoiinT t win t nj twfneMef Jwttomker his proposition Vc - 1 l READ TinS AND ir A s Dont T nlliRfrci Mirtfularg iiifl Gold Bug Papers Issue WPeonle Alio jriVPlavlrii4 on foi SipkVrs GoiifiijelYour Soucbs of Information to rV ii 1 f We favoraMihewilri s iWwgfedii Wmptcure When reducedwithwater ni the and Bweetened it is pleasant for themto maintain iiivioiaWiy Uie tneiv United JNntee whethfr ceihTer paper at take It should be kept in every home epeelaMy luring the JNihnnipr mcntjis l the V Mr Lodgs altered tlijflsof iwto inako For snlehy J c Fisher druggist Jimmy oi i mimim rorku Mr ami made a fw altertlioiw 1 liwla very sevcro attack of cotlc mfoni greit pain Mr Mndtey enrto free coinage Mr Lcdgesmend- - gave Iter a dose of Chamberlaliis Colic and ii eA Uikijo a tekhVe it JMl4An ni 9 H6 national agreement with the leading ten inlmitt a her distress was gone Tills medicine In the world for Wr Fowers is tke nations of the yrefhj conlatnuf the following children wlf en trbublcfl with colic lor reftolutfon diarrhoea It never falls to eirecti a gM tioreieilnion45le h omuii uiu of Mr M K 1 u inn 1 uiie-ini-w- II 1111111 -- lttl lhaitrltoejly lt K preWard - itrfad-nVfoMeirif- lt i di elgned to maintaln inYiofabfy the oliliJatiQn of the United Stater mid all its moneys whether Wefaw- all wemifCB - f A ipONTTtlk X X - tAINS YOUR OWN PEOPLE i vyno oy l- layng xu Ilegitjinare Profits intYour Businesira Makic Tbu what Little j LVIonei ou NoV Have As Your jShecringfy Us -- x FarmerandiiJbens W - Dub u4reWfiU to Continueaw- inS Youasionias Favors Are Equal btweeihlan and 3Ian V -- r Two for One and liutwe KICK gainsaying you Shoiii KnortWhich Side of Your readll3uttcred Ww GET IN mfgii v ln jvthheeeopie 1S70 a date three years prior to the llCiociiinatllquirer w f iV iw nonetlzition of silver From that tothis every purchaser of aUnlted Stya bond not only has notice printed up his bond that he can not decide foruniself whether it shall be paid in golV in silver but that ho will receive wliilever is most convenient for the GovWnent In addition to the notice prinfti upon his bond every bondhold- Â¬ er baliad the foregoing preamble and resoldpn of Congress to teach him how false ill fraudulent aro tho promises made b him in newspapers and by rrealdiWa and Secretaries of the Treas- Â¬ ury thalie shall bo paid in gold This netjee lb been standing for eighteen VMMiJ irold monometallic has dar- iJfev eft- a resolution to reeeind it air 01 ivwnd and the Morgaa syndicate themselvd bore kstlmony that the and bonds wen not payable ia gold when Whereas All tho bonda b t ie Unit Â¬ they besetiCoBgresB last year and the ed States authorized to be lsi J bj tlie y ear beforfto pass law making1 them act entitled An act to authii the jnt payable in bid It will be resaeubered fundiut of the national debt pprod that Mr Ueveland lectured Oengress July fourteenth eighteen lAy red id severely onUiis subject and plainly de tseventy by the terms of sai ct wet tired that ie reason he cold not sell declared to be redeemable Ipo a of tlie Vh bonds atV hieher nric was because 4heu present standipg value t iring in Â¬ y were noWyable in geld An ef- terest payable Bjmi annuMl in euch ftfolt to make iem payable in gold was coin and lueated in degrees It remalnedlor tle National Hepubll Whereas All bonds ofil United States authorized to be issuAcder the ua Conveatlol of 1893 to pledge Itself act entitled An act to provfcf for the tthe altHBton of this contract be- Â¬ resumption of specie paymeaj approv tween the Gov4jimeut and the jaooey ed January 14 1876 are rW udto be ledejs VlJHriiy all the preliminary of the description of bonds ofle United dliuselon of tliffiaanclal plaak in the Hiaiea uescnueu in mo eaiu not Jon phfornat St ouis not a word had ben gay tress approved July 14 1871 entitled iiacfceeH eeaeerHng tlie bonds Much said auut the existing gold An act to authorize tlie refuting of the notional debt and Whereas At tlie date passage of said act of Congress last alolalJ ttL wit the 14th day of July isjthe coin oi tue u mieu states oi siancwAame df at BaMn OW that date included silver dJlfs of the rrcetsnilseM Lewia nl Utrough that I Idkly rMtceil of 412J grains each Wared by sectl i HeTiie weight lived Jtt Clinton Co the act approved January 9817 eij- Iwum irosldcnt ef im I He xlaclly the aiiua 20 years blvlDU jiu M tUOl oiirponinMi tewftc U ivq Miciit of Hotnls Sarsa enuueu vu aci esiauiwuin unit an prlllkiiiawliit lo eays ia worthy regulating the coins of the U U Statei All bi aln workers Bml to a legal tender of payment icordln to their nominal value f iy sum lloodSjni Snpurlllii jicciriiw adjtaa to thoirCeig Jt uiakt rion i whatever therefore red bluo tmn this cowes rve by the Nt lb u KedBlvcd entalidiiy ttH4j aieellve 4ejftt HeHa r KcpreeHlalviioiicuri Q W am gd to wy that Hee Wmp rlHg therolH Tliut Mil t Wind or xW k aSry eo6ilJindiiei eerUy tbu UHllod Mtaloa lntiHiipfiior aWoodurlfler It baa one feed be lanuoit HHder ifcCiltl uc Izert te at CMfrini horelHbroSecledV wMky Horn rot mewl yeM J naKired In 1878 five yenra attf the imone- fixation of eilver tho CiDgrifiljI the United States by a two tllnlsi in a Demodratic House and n tlire jurtlis vote in tho Republican hateijlbjited the following preamble ind rUution introduced in the feenae bylaulily IattbenBr of Oliili Wliereae JJy tho act InUtledAAact to Btrengthon the public cijdUtipplv d Jlarch eighteenth eiKUenfuLljtl and sisty nine it was provdea uk de- Â¬ clared that the faith of thoUni A lUce was thereby solemnly plelgi ilto iho payment in coin or its etii ulntAof all tlie interest bearing oli UiiiBbi the United States nxcept iii ls vbtl the law authorizing the Hu ofeu obligations had expressly puv led tl me same migui uo pam in itvi u moni or other currency than goldand bIIv coin or paper at the Iprrsent standard it will bo seen that Mr porakerp rfso lution contained no reference to the obligations of the United States other than its paper nioneyj while1 Mri Lodges amendment xnresly providVs hat tlie obligations of tlie United States and Jill its moneys shall be maintained at tlie present standard which standard hey had just decared to be gold Mr Lau terbach is Chairman of the New York We find tle fol County Committee lowinz Interpoatlon in n dispatch to the New York Sun from St Louis June Ml ilrTauterOacli expressed great flat bfaction with the platform particular ly with its gold plank He and his NeW York associates did not Bucceed fri all tlioy had hoped to do but thoy were gratified at their progress in helping to formulate a platform which admits of no misrepresentation so rar as its money feature is concerned ThereporteraleVti- declara tion in themoneyplkwbich speclfl cally says that Wo favor all measures designed to maintain inviolably tho obli- Â¬ gations of tbe United States was insert Â¬ ed at the suggestion of Mr Lauterhauh It has special reference to our coin bond and commits the Republican party to tho payment both of the principal and Interest in gold Speakers and writers will find this article made up from tho record con- - Money ATade in a Minute I have not midn less than sixteen dollars any day while selling Centrifuial Icb Cream Freijsr8 Any cine jsJiotTld make from ilvo to eight dollars a day sell ing cream and from soreh to tendollirs selling FreAZjrs as t is such awondjT tliern ie always a crowd wanting crt ajn You can trei zx cream elegantly in one minute and that adtonlslus neoplti so they all want to taste Hand then many of them buy fre z n m tl in is smooth and perftctly froziu isvury frezer is guaranteed tofref7e croaiu per- Â¬ fectly in one minute Anyone can M1 My ice cream and tlie frtcz soils itsel sister makes from ton to fifteen dollars a Co 11411 St Oiiarlea day J F Casey St Louis Mot will mail you full par- Â¬ St ticulars free so vou can LO to work and make lots of meney one freteryou can make a hundred gallons of cream a day or Jf you wish thpy will hire you on a salary Â¬ Â¬ - 1 anift i BOLTINGjNEWSPAPEa Left the Party Months Ago and Doc tored Hews ifo Keep Their1 Jteaders in Ignorance rif i kim Pot Iipatkh The gold standard organs are jubilat- Â¬ ing over the dispatches announcing that tho New York Sun Boston Herald 13al tlmoroSun CliicagoOhrouiclo Louisville Courier Journal and other alleged Dem- Â¬ ocratic newspapers have bolted the Chi- St WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Noininntod for President by tho Democratic Convention nt Chicago sumj OFFICIAL DEMOCRATIC FORECAST ELECTION OF THE NOVEMBER Chicago July 14 The following table wns prepared nU lie demo- cratlc headquarters showing tho states which theyexpectfo oarry to getlier with tho number of electoral votes in each 4 AlabniMail ArhaHtai Sj Caltfornln 8 Colorrio4 Florida JoorKlu la Idaho 3 KaHnau 10 Kentucky lil LoiiUlann 8 KlalneO marylund 8 Jtllclilsran 14 Hrikfcllpil0 lUisaoiirl IT Montana 3 Nebraska 85 Pfertli Carolina 11 north Uakola 3 Oregon 3 8oHth Carolina 0 XeuncBiioo 12 Texna lli Vtah Went Vlrfrlnla 8 AVjoniliiff 3 3 VlrRtnla 12 1VahlnKton4 Total 238 As 224 electorial votes will decide the rnatter this combination would Tlie democrats place Illinois Indiana give Bryan a majority offive They liave a total of Minnesota Ohio and South Dakota as doubtful seventy five electorial votes i - CA zEHSx venient for use during the campaign cago platform and ticket They protend It shows that the bondholder were on to think that this is om Incus of defeat the alert and their attorney did good for the tlpket The fact is however that these newswork fpr them The words which Mr Lauterbach induced Mr Lodge to insert papers bolted Democracy montliB ago pledge the Republican party to use- its They tolerated tjie modified form of Re- appetite headache weakness of the muscles disturbed sleep weakness of memory and these are the beginning of pervous prostration Iron and tonics and bitters may afford some temporary relief but what you need is a food for body brain and nerves You naturally lose flesii In ihe summer and running down Sucli as every resident of Meado county is nwarc that we carry ought to be u mat Uecauso we believe that by cutting Why do we do it You get a little tor of general interest is so easy weaker each day without hard- Â¬ everything down close to tho cost point wo shall be able to give our business a big ly noticing it There is loss of boost aro of Hero some the now figures which we have marked ou our goods 49c Losing Flesh A SUDDEN DROP A sudden drop all around in tlie prices of our Clothinq and Notions I j Our ini riirltni Irnnft One lot nice chalie worih 6c at 3c 50 pci yd wide heavy cotton so pci keu blue calico 4c Ono lot oi dark colored lavrn wotlli A nice percale shirt Cut colors aisortcd patterns Children yacht hats to close out loc Straw matting worth 30 at lac 3 bjrs family soap 3c A nice blch cotton yd wide 3c Meas and boys clothing at reduced prices I lot mens sample hats worth it it at ijSc 1 lot mens silk tecks rcarfo sold at jocund 75c your choice at 33c IloyV Jersey suits 98c Mens buclile plow shoes worth JIJ3 at 8c Our line of dress goods In woolens lawns white goods etc is still unbroken andlowcx prices Mens Kid gloves worth i ut 50c f A great many other bargains too numerous1 to mention Mi nc i u bargain Â¬ SatCs multoru liver Oil with the Hy pophosphites furnishes just the nourishment needed for those who are run down and pale and thin and weak If you lose flesh in summer take Scotts Emul- Â¬ of Cod Â¬ utmost power legislative and executlyo to alter all the Governments bonds to the advantage of the bondholder and makes them specifically payable in coin of one metal thereby destroying the present option of the Government to pay them in coin of either of the two metakj It ia notorious that the gold in the world is cornered all the time and is only doled out upen jwawlsee satisfactory to those who liave control of the Â¬ 4 Bank yi lkk tty ai yn corner AGovwanieat that iHia UMklndfl of legal tender aad tw khvile of redemp tion money would do tlie people no greater wrong titan to bind them to sir render their privilege to pay the pubjia debt in whichever of their several kiwi A Republican of money they please Congress in ltW surrendered the rtjjht to pay the bonds in legal tender aotfe This was without any agnei deration giv ea to the Government Tne internet af the bonds was payable In oefn under the law while J principal wee payaVil la lawful money Now twentyvn yean later the Itpublieaa party Â¬ ni rtuyuUla rluciHl uwicrci Httlia eptlQH oi the Garltout or1 IhnUMllcUMHto iu Uariurai r thn elHUKe r the UHkuitt KrwliXtcli CUHlHlHlHtT ntHHdurrf kilver HHtl ihullcMo tu IIm calHnirukUCh llvcJfciinnj wmU wlti nalnsel Si of1 Neuralgia qt M n aye i about aay Iwiplei neeiallir at nig t whan I feu earn bavin a kMMlfky ofUyalcal and raentai labor XWmm3 refciei baft fMOttlMWMr -- eomsUou gtm1 h btMtlirlHCIlMl UH4 lMtk ltt l Ihe Ih iol In arKHCln ot ike ylmot iit yy mm k tola wu an exploit 4 vIIIh v erirM lWIli iaiwesee Mtve awenng the pertye sembled in natloaal oonvnMon pledgi iteelfto surrender te Ma bttdhoWrs epeples the right to pay in i41rer eeln In enMng upon the 0bt tor the Stanley Matthewti wee a ged kwyer reejeMtlfin o the psinoerfttiei pwtjr jo and it k well known that he waa ap DenMereey the Pemceitiie o k euHntry sointed 8upffie JH4eMr tl the United HBiknitail uwkAly well tliat Uey 8tete by PreeUIent tiUii Id at Ute ie WMld kve to flht M WtropwlUa ef Mr ilayra who did not appoint newepejMU nt they wf not die him because lie was lib reieeive Hie eoanuHHi Kavinu won Hint lutlU lr n eoutlon ahov quoted eeaHMtrrfd In j omnfaeattyfai npU e itMtroo4itau y wui not be dtecour- by the great body vf the proplnii J j j eAUUvea in both llooeHt ol Congrv irattn nv t n news that tun declarre tlia all the obligations of tie newspeneTeaUHagtJoeithtm tbry publicanism of which Mr Cleveland has been tlie type and exponent but as soon at the dertocraU of the country began their campaign to recapture their party organization every one of these news- Â¬ papers assumed a position of hostility For months they liave fought Democ-Â¬ racy with all tho resources of Invective denunciation calumny They havo doc- Â¬ tored the news in order tq keep their readers inifeorant of what is going pn they have suppressed speeches and per verted feee they have published bun dredeofjeolHms of argument and dia Â¬ tribe againet the free silver crzj and ite uuatki tlevoteee Tliey were utterly powerless to prevent the Domowftls from taking poseeselon of jtlielrnaityWjtanoyerwhelming majority They were unable to prevent the adop ftaaof a 4Uerm which says what it meane and nane what it says or tho nouilwatfcs ef a ticket tliatfite the plat hajHiesee of the party have paid iofm Bi atjewUow U tliem except to eeom their ftliMii aud spurn their advlw It b denowetittd tltat tneyare without 3c t hose nice qtiaitv 5C A nice counterpaln 491 Ladietvest nice quality wrrtli 8 at 5c 1 ndlc ycit brtter qttality worth 15 at ice tl bird cage 0c 1 lot blue and white embroidery 3c A men gi t frame mirror ice A nice gilt bett worth 30c nt 13c A pair flexible tide coniba at jc I lot Udic slippers all tires 9c A fine red dongola kid slipper worth 130 at 65c Choice cf all 9oc and 73c meat straw hats only 49c Coane fowling at Ladei blk S 4 A GEO YEAKEL Ihe Republicaa Platform Mem his Commercial Arpeal CO BRANDENBURG KY Steamboat Agents sion now Dont wait till fall GREGORY Wharfmasters GO or winter before beginning For sale at jjc and ioa by alt druzgUU CUE8E OF ILQQUEITOE Gold Bogs Are Afraid For The Truth to Se Tola the People Want aQniet Campaign fi te im tr WmC garel l rUteWUi ralfU ni UprUseiUenM anil like tne pUla Uawnl Hnaa owe mmm me neadeiibe W Um by ixHh coutravt Uuk the United Si JEverr bond tiuM been Ivtued ia tthrt 4 hfibn dlaratoi It unto hi f ii j BDc8 form be4s redeemable in or nitver of the Un URM nnaer ne Sd 1 niftk tat M JI L IHHHtfklarm ILFLwKnmrllLnT V J bonds are parable frWpH v r wsprs lmveiwmyrKKMl er at he risktim oi ikp QonMenC more than im ptof totaajoinped of the U ailed Opm in tUver 4pUMitoti wlU tail lkooinaeol thm UbUmI MmSm Mmlv moWaeuU Uininx foor bundmi and Uf Iveafcd a Wi sapOrfrtto biiUfrfiM Mfh of ainMJNutd HWM HkaF n9 m Thte nnnlniini it nvppinyMjpnnj Hnr PHM iwt aa arouaeti praa wUH United Btbw whkb WW is UifjeJbraM oi 4 inter the mf m mffin a aiT k inTMlPP ZrflT of gold July isnpiv Bmw4lltinHl I P f arUla XhlWrriOi - LBHIiBnalHHMlWMM Allniall LtJilMluLll PfrMw Pitohtei to ehow them lo can party W pf the Governw t wpy NP Hff gold coin at whasfVer iuxwwenienoe and atwbaUc proAt aiay aceni4 to tbe ull MmW i gold eyndicmUe at lie riptMe of tbe land I watt- people Tula VfM be a bold fraaft up-- r elirethepeepU i m mimwmmmtmii hlA wf fPWfr ttfttveta a ROYAL Bmklng e ijiu a Wrf mtunm i Wf MP A b Our Republican contemporaries are now laboriously engaged in liummeiing Thoy have just tbe curse oleloqiience seen tlie effects of eloquence In tho Chi and they are afraid cago convention that if elpquence Js to play a part iu tho ensuing canipaign they inay see another exhibition rf it con lined not to a gather Â¬ ing of 2000 peepje but co txtensive with the bpundarlee t f tho uatlou They dp well to trt iwble for the eloquence of trittit aid JHsllce W exceedingly danger Â¬ ous teT Mepblea proepcU They want a pawlv eainpalun iu wlikh Mtcli eminent pur We aa Hhihm Quvy Tlatt an purcbiBi a frte and WatMunaker As long aa iMlrotand a fair eount there hi w litairinit volcn to awaken the people andspur tiiem to m tlon the ie cnlier metjiode of tlie grand old moral pnrty of immoral ithan aland a chance w to win BtitM a great lmfer wWI an eloaitfnt reenHo H the ilaann with the poor and Down be d wiMgaofMn popwi the aiuyuaf a wnncy iwgt ami Um cfmsiw the name e the rich I at The p wrt ha v away of rW iet times and rWrhronirm their maetyw d HeeMia tine atnti Be mue to aet MMatena Liver Hw They did i In U at varione jnnotjuwe h kte hieeeey of W far yeur Spring MetMcine Its the nearly an uvmavaiw mmt wn e it Id reUafefct IHat did the ohl folka so m waeh yeod Dont let anyone pereaade You yott to take anything elee instead mmmm tvuMMdaMo Dm trtwm Mm IP wU Wp an always tell 81meeits Liver HeguhUor ptu riM win by the Hed on tbe package Dont for word Kegalatoc Wntwowe Liver lyeffBraayJI llltly old or yoony nt the better than anyttilng JUgulator Waek or ithite rfcK or atw wlw has to do you good eyir need Dr Bells ISne Tar lWney pre ant wire Â¬ 1 Down with the consumer and up with CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY I ocal Agents tbe suffering millionaire manufacturer Down with Iree trade but up with reci- Â¬ Homestead Fertilizer Company and procity I Standard Oil Company Down with tlie users of BUgar and up Dealers In with the price Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Tine Floor Down with cheap clothing and up ing and Celling Weather Boarding with the woollen manufacturers I Shingles Salt Limo Content Down with the merchant niariene unLaths Plaster Plastering less built up by goverment subsidies Hair Plow Handles Down witli silver and up with the ex Â¬ Bricks Etc isting gold standard under which tbe Estimates Furnished for Buildings aad A nation has flourished so well Building Material Down with the man who is nov ready for somebody else to cut a foreigu throat a any aad all times I Down with the Kurds in Armenia Down with economy and up with the old Rig and a bigger appropriation Down with the civil service reform ex cept where It keeps Republicans in Office Down with tlie right to vote unless ex ercteud under Republican Btipcrvwion I Down with lynuliiegaud up with rape andekndsetlne murder Down with toinperance t xcept wheu exercised by the other fellow Down with the rights of women ex cept the right to help thu Republican W sWlBllllB lmWmW party Down with the people and up with Â¬ 1 lv f GRDVES I 1 1 Â¬ Jeed 1 VmrtiM CHILL TDNIC WAJMANTKD 00 TASTELESS M JWIT A OOOD POftAIIULTS Xa y-- i L Tjr the yapillat ptluiaa it the Ifat eoueh and lung km- ueaMdeai taui ay wavtr la aa U a ielkMr aragayatJleaj ik the Chioijo UckM try ii asM AnwMMi rjlrom Ka t w LvSltlMttm e WCua GBO an MBU1NI HIM iiaieo or H iTtMtWl r 0W Ihlai Ins pm rr ry j- -- intid i EmaoManirtlcl i fcatlgn m uAa1 T5 - J j I -- rirt I I mrislsTifrsMMM St L - W vl ff Cl afowV1 Z 2 NEWS and 2 A D THE BREOKBNRIDQENfiWS Biusijlnonoy ticket bended by Car V BRECKENR1DGE ibi oloyerport ky AT STEPHENSPORT li V1WW 1 0 Bating EdlUts VropiUtn 18W little and Whitney is the talk now WEDNESDAY JUL Bnbwtftloi Pile 8101 a IPtlJitthtCndtfttf SIX ITgiiks 7lftl3 AGES 1 fur lg ASlau xtcf n to one that tho next IVcsidonld name wl be William BnrAN rartifl pocket Whats tho next Iicil Jfiit foot in liifl to keep liim Uam Mng n 7 rabbits AND ITS CDK Cnncm t I have an absoluto irmedy for Comtimptroit Hy its timclr use WniiiiK there ate two men in this lliousands of lioijelesj ases have been already county or the gold standard thoto nro permanently curctl So proof positive am f of its power Hut I conskler it my duty to ten for free ullyttr smd two hotlttt fret to tliose of your readtrs who have ConsumptionThroat Bronchial or WKaio told that tho gold will leave Lung Trouble If they will write mo their this country if free nllver in liionguraled express and postoflice address Sincerely lint Trance in n free nllver country and T A SLOCUM K Ct ID Petri St Mew York Bf Th KdltorUl and nnilnx Mamrtmeiit ol thl Pmurnte UU gmrou ltcpltltlon there they now have over nine hundred millions in gold L H W TIME TABLE Tim Nkmb is twonly jeais old today lit founder wart iKly oiio yeaterdny fisuiiion HARVEST HOME IICNIC m ro nm lpr SALIAiiW SATURDAY JULY 2th kVHiWi - PHI This Democinlic boltcra of Now York will meet July 128 to determine what OAimKTr IIoDiitT Kopubllcnn candl Chicago ticket date f r Vico lrcBldent Is said to bo a they shall do with tho Tho Chicago ticket is Jiwt now taking dlrtctor In tnrtny stven corporntiotia euro of itself vory well thank you rr IUrdlnshnrg13s33 pm oomo Paiitncsr Dally rr Hrdtnibarg TiSO Q Paiiairr llly aoiKO IHT hit tvmtvv 1896 IV -- J An Old Fashiossd Barbecued Dinner wi afternooi Speeches and Music ONE FAIR FOR THE ROUND IP IKE Au HARDINSBURG Commencement To morrow Night Death of Henry doorman Prof Shack- - Tub recent rains glvo noinlo of This sudden death of Tom Mattlng1yat another fine corn crop in this comity Yalloy Hiss last Sunday was a iiBtill plenty of old corn in tint Water Thtrc great shock to his good and aged mother county o last ymts crop residing In this city She has the sym community in her ot Main ttree 7juUvllle is dead njjalust pathy tho entire groat bereavement Ho was her only tho Topulif t tick I ns thoy cull it but to cou you k t ofl that tlioroufilihro and tho people aro very n uch alivo fur it the 11k houeat willapPTialcvcr temptation say liufning to others that TiiEtilvrrsrnthnebtisKroninKBtron think and play no tricks tr every day in 1 ulavillo regard Ichs of you do notown mind Of all tho evil with your what tho big dalles say All tho people hour in tho world need up there is to be educated along Bplrita abroad at this insincerity ia tho most dangerous James that lino Anthony Fratulo Â¬ lett8 Condition- - Miss Ava Board is quite ill Wuko DdmocratsyounR Kepubllcanp Tub Nkkh interviewed one hundred lopuists and all want to get in touch and llfty voters at the Kkron picnic last villi this silver movement llend up on Saturday on tho money question Of it tu 1y the question and do youT own tlits number 118 wero for Uryan and sil- Â¬ thinking n movement where priif ver 20 were for McKlnley six doubtful clpleisinvolvtd and bIx Democrats who said they would not ripport tho nominee Tub sliver ca isc U not going to fiurt anjbody but on the other hand it will The Bound money Democrata wero de Â¬ be a biiufi t all Tho banker the feated nt Chicago by an honest fair uierchrnt the firmer the laborer will couut they havo been defeated in ft ma Â¬ fehnre la the p cperlty it brings to tho jority of tho SUites in this union The country And after all prosperity is people everywhere say they do not want what wc all want and are battling for the single gold standard they want a double standard and they are going to The Hoc William J Dryan Demo- Â¬ havo it cratic nominee for President Is a Cum Hand Irtbbjterlan having joined that PcuLtc soutiment is everything With church at the age of fourteen years Ho public sentiment nothing ean fail with- Â¬ is ttrlctly a moral man lie neither out it nothing can succeed Consequnt drinks clmvB tobacco nor swears Ho ly ho who molds public sentiment goes is a pure man in i very uenso of the word deeper than ho who cnacU Btatutes or nndhtiittly in touch with the common pronounces decisions Ho makes stat- Â¬ people utes and decisions possible or impossible to lie executed Abraham Lincoln MclCiNLEV isa one ideaed man Ifo never muk b a satement or utters a sen TiieKkws isglad toBeo that Its Cliftimeit unless lie consults Ids boss ton Mills correspondent is waking up to Hanna Oi the other hand Bryan is a the importanco of good county roads man uf part a brondinindedbig Bonled Wo hoie to Bee more of our correspond liberal tUkninn who dorH not need ents tako the matter up It is only by prompting He Is in American and has the agitation of these matters that tho coiulellonsof liljown lie is in touch whole people can bo woke up to their with tho p ople He knows what they Importance Good roads itMP this want and he id prepared to give it to county needs just now above everything them And in this connection the News wants to congratulate tho overseers and tho IIecccnizi a that the money question hands on the Bowling Green road for Is paramount to a others at this timo the excellent work now being dono on we invite attention to the tact that the that road Wo hope to see every road f djnil conitlu i m names tilver and In this county put in good passable gold togitkei rt the money metals of tho condition United Slate and that tho first coinage law passi d by Congr b under tho Con Wc print this week the masterly stitution made the ti ver dollar the mon epeecli of W J Uryan delivered nt the etary unit and nduitted gold to free Chicago Convention It is worth your coinage at a ratio btsud upon the silver careful reading Next week Senator Co Jar unit Cliicrg Platform Hills great speech on behalf of the minority report will be published Tho AVe deinai il tl o free and unlimited Nkws is not bo hide bound in its own oimg of both iKvor and gold nt tho viows nnd convictions that it Bees only pr nl h gal ratio t f li to 1 without one side of an important question We Mulling fir the ahl or consent of any believe in an honest discussion of nil uilur nation We demand that tho mutters hi foro the people We give standard biv r dollar thnll be a full legal thoho who diiler witli us on the money tend- q t illy wi h gold for all debts question credit for being honest in what pubJi at d pilvati and we favor such they believe to bo right Its an honest lobulation a will pi vent for the future diiTereucc The people are the great the di mom t z illou i f any kind of legal jury in the case and upon theii decision at the polls jetties the question Wo tinder money by p ivato contract Chicago llatfoim aro wjlling to trust tho people always ls 1 Prof Shacklelfs little girl Francis is quite Bick Superintendent Diiskell has quite n sick child Mrs Olio Meyer of lluras Is visiting here this week Tho colored people had a big picnic hero last Saturday Miss Nellie Cox retimed home from Loulsvillo last week There is a picnic advertised for West View next Saturday Mrs John Heston of McDaniela Is visiting hero this weok The outeido doors of the court house aro locked every night B F Beard returned homo from his eastern trip last Saturday Tho County Teachers Institute is In session hero this week Oaen Cunninghams baby has been very sick for a week or more Miss Mattle Oliver Custer was b last Heek visiting Mrs Guthrie Prof Lamb it is understood will go to Union county with Prof Shacklett Mrs Georgo Kurtz Webster was the guest of Mrs E E Pate last Sunday Mr Washer completed the county bridge across Itough creek near Tates On the L H St L It R from Irvington west and Ha ille cast ind on the L E packets from Concordia down and Cannelton up Iteplienswrt inelud- ing all way stations and landings COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENT 11 W Vaughn Dr mid White K R Blain R A Sliollman V O T Skillman R A Smith Hon D R Murr J F QQkins M BLil S Gcnqfa flXanngcr P C Brashear Sunday School It was moved aud seconded and carried by tho convention hat tho Brkckbnmuuk News be re qutsted to publish ltev Shelleys ad Â¬ dress Then came n solo by Dr A A Simons nfter which Prof J 11 BLngau presented an Interesting article on A Does Sunday School Work Pay solo The Holy City was most ex Â¬ quisitely rendored hy MIrr la Fayette Lalleist An address Every Man Woman and Child in tho Sunday School by Jesse It Eskridge was well presented Miss Lula Owen and well received rendered valuable service at tho organ during the entire session A collection was taken up and five dollars was contributed to iielp den ay the expenses uf State work and this added to 95 00 which had previously been contributed by the Schools makes a total of 1000 paid to the Secretary up to date The same officers were re elected to servo another year QUARTERLY His T Â¬ right honest citlzjn The community in which lie lived will feel his loss They always do in tho deuth such a man as Mr Moorman No one knew him but to respect him Ho hnsbeon a friend to tho Nkwb anjLwas one of our oldest subscribers Nt e extend to hia widow and children our sympathy nit ot B F Beard Co vs J iieimiy several pieces ol property were sold at the Court house door latt Monday B F Beard b camo the pur- Â¬ chaser of the ware house in Hnrdinsbuig at 1 tOO and ninty nluo and one half acres of land near Kirk at 1000 and a half aero lot in Hardinsburg at 7500 the propprty where It P Shacklett lived y Will Hook at 517 The County Teachers Institute com menced at the Court house last Monday and was called to order by Superintend Â¬ ent Driskell Ono hundred and eighty teachers responded to the roll Prof J II B Logan will act as conductor with MiaaHebecca Wilson as secretary The mill meeting will continue through the week Prof Cayce will present the diplomas T J Stith of Meado county is here waiting upon Prof Shacklett in hia sick to the graduating class ot tho B N O Thursday night July 23 n ess Ken Watlien came Saturday to visit her mother Jolly It is in order now to havo picnics a weok until nfter tho Mrs tlown last Mrs G P Cut Ano tamer m mr So ANI ALl iUn I These goods uiut bo sold to mi om bare we can place our Fall Stock and wo will maki CCS tbapvill move them Come on with vourJSild ollar I invested in ourgrelf n of I REPORT or tub Breckinridge CLOVERPORT Sank KY IB A- - At the dose ofbuiiness on the 30th day of Junw 1696 Hows Thki Â¬ 1 We oiler One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be about two cured by Halls Catairh Cure November F J CIIENNEY CO Toledo O Honking House and Lot election Stocks We the undersigned havo known Specie and Hinds A Chineso missionary will lecture at F J Chenney for the last fifteen years Currency the M II church South on the night of and bolieve him perfectly honorable in Furniture and Fixtures July 30 all business transactions and financially Other Assets Sam Board camo up from Cloverport able to carry out any obligations mado Protest Acct DulitsiaSuit yesterday He has a vacation until by their firm Aug 1st West Truax Wholesale Druggists Miss Olive Adklseon of McDaniels was the guest of Mrs Jesse Whitworth Monday Prof R P Shacklett is still confined to his bed but may bo up in a week or ten days Mr Watllngton and family Union Star wore visiting here last Saturday Toledo O RESOURCHS Ixxini and Discounts less loans to Directors 111833114 Loans to officers 4156 8 Overdrafts unsecured 718 18 Due from National Banks 20714 91 Dua from State Hanks and Bankers 14187 63 35003 34 300000 1938464 Be you Democrat Republican ar Jfiliat the coming GOOI 1JES REMEMBER ive aro headquarter all 13 vC I XkT 1 S will think tho dawn of tady here of Ss ADDISOI LUMBER LUMBIR DICK Addison Ky CI 1700000 603483 13403483 auooo 4431 LUMBER 3iS6 84 333116 310159 34 Waldino Kinnak A Mar yik Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mu- Â¬ cous surfaces of the system Testimo Â¬ nials sent free Price 76c per bottle Sold by all Druggists SUNDAY SCHOOLS LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Due Depositors as follows vii Deposits subject to check on which Interest Isnot paid 6fiio8 Time certificates of deposit on which 3 i43loo 00 33000 00 1113 41 Parties anticipapg luijdpg will do well to get our prices fomucchsirig Write us for information B BirtS 31 TAR FORK KY SON percent Inter78117 93 1 est Is paid The County Convention Met In Cloverport Baptist Church Last Thursday of how can you expect an thing the Lut a one sided view The inuseis the work of tho best brol of the Auieiicau people The best brain Ilia bjtt manhooJ aud the best culture of I Im land are engaged in its be- Â¬ half From a ry cm ill uavo in 1810 it has btirgted and grown till it has cap Â¬ tured tie Djmocritlo party In 1805 nnd it wi I cupturj tlu Nation before this ooJ year movts out right will prevail IqiisjVuik q liaiony read one side ths grtut itsion slvr FiiM now until after the Presidential election in Xovenbjr wo are to havo a campaign of eduetitlon Tho mon nomi Â¬ nated on tho 1 luocratic ticket at Chi cigo aro both worthy men holding po- Â¬ litical lews dlrtcly in touch with tho masses of the piople in this country They are opposed to a Uuaucial system that conaantly enrioliea one class at tho expel s of another With this end in view ih i parly will put men in tho Held amply i be to dlecusa the financial ques- tion iu all of its bearings Tho people understand host ver that under the single gold saudard system which wo now 1 avo tin re can be no hope for gen Â¬ eral prosperity to the coantry and when the fatalatits of such a system are thoroughly ixplodd which they will b our pr sent ticket will bo certain of el cJon Ct roper Kjr I HJItor Couiljr Juur nj uwjte i at I tobo ter ne I by the I1kiikkiiiioX tot tucliii rot the ease Tlr arc only the Iuimh man Iu lhiclj hIiu hat on or lawircd fr conuce ill the luano Utiilct a yr at lomxrof o hut in irw coitj uro far ound in ny a lit f Durovritic doctrtnr 1 lino oit J hut tks Demo a ti tl le lor twcDir Ce w ll not an I cii not luppurt the tltlut nnd jIatf jtiii an I heartiljr inilortc tlic firccton utatChl titilyoah vjtai a it tound money Dcuiocriry um 1hIl Juy Ij y u a o iloultlcss tocf yr aa Kcpeclfjlly K N Ulluy A Tho Jlcn FraJerick Nicholas Dlluy is a director iu tho Dreckenrldgo llank nnd it Is not suppoied for an instant thkt liia vision runs out beyond the cir- Â¬ cle of that dlr ctrry The element dom Â¬ inated by that directory tho Nkws does Â¬ nt claim to jrptrent on tho money qietltonbut it Ioei claim that a largo ma jority of the D mocnU in this town nnd y aro with ILosMHIbbuo E Phiiiknt llumiBOs has sold his Capo May cottage forSlOOOO about half what he paid for it According to tho gold bng idea of finance Mr Harrison has just about broke even as ono dollar now will buy as much of the laborers aud farmers products as two dollars would at tho time lie made the purchase hers Besides ho hai had tho use of tho cot- Â¬ John Carwilo who shot Hill Early tage for savcral years and lie is just that yived an examining trial and was com much ahead of the game Now to fol- Â¬ ffflfcj to jail failing to give bond in the low up this beautiful financial and spec- Â¬ sum of 750 ulating Echeine wo would adviso Mr You can drop in and pay the Hardins Harrison to immediately invest that 10 burg editor a dollar on your subscrip- Â¬ 000 in n farm In these times of de- Â¬ tion any time you want to Hell not clining prices he will bo enabled within kick about it a few years to sell that farm for 5000 Mr L A Footo Bowleyvillewaa hero worth just as much in purchasing power last Thursday Ho is a sound money as tho 10000 he paid for it and he will bo irflead the use of the farm Then man and says ha will not support the tako that five thousand dollars and in Chicago ticket Vn Sal lie Miller who has been visit- Â¬ vest it in town lota Ho will soon be able to sell them for 2500 worth just as ing in Owensboro for three weeks re Â¬ much ai the 5000 purchase money Iy turned home last Friday Master Geo tills time if he has kept his taxes paid Monarch came up with her up they havo never been reduced from Chapln A Co who havo a distillery the time ho started the price of the down on the turnpike about half way to beautiful Cape May cottage will havo Cloverport wore granted license in the about disappeared Presuming that he county court Monday to sell liquor by has handled his other money as ju- Â¬ the quart diciously and successfully as he has this The commencement exercise of tho his wealth will have sought the money Ureckenrldge Normal College will be centers arul he will have joined the great held at the College building to morrow army of poor people Hut then by this night There aro several graduates who time his days wages will purchase just will bo presented with diplomas is much bacon mid beans ns It ever Jesse Smith who has boen working would and just think of tho potatoes with Mr Washer on the bridge at Tates Co are building n mill camo homo last Saturday He ex Â¬ Lallelst Sawyer steam tug which was launched last week pects to go with Mr Washer to Hancock The hull Is thirty four feet long and county next week to work on a bridge eight feet wide and the cabin will be across Blackford creek Dr Win Milnor of Union Star was something let than four stories high It will be run by a screw propeller nud called here last Saturday to boo Owen Cunninghams sick baby Dr Milaer tho jiower will bo furnished by a euglue which Is now being was the family physician at Union Star Son Cauuelton aud as the child has boon quite sick made by James Lets The tux will be used in local business thoy desired him to see it It la improv Â¬ for the towing ot excursion barges fruit ing at this writing bargoc coal barges produce barges and Henry Moorman living near Harsed all other light work It is something station died last Wednesday after a few weeks Illness that has been needed about Cloyerport Mr Moorman was one and it will no doubt do a good business of oar most reliable farmers aud an up-- and Sunday Mr and Mrs H S Skillman were viaiting friends in tho country last Sat urday ami Sunday Three of Prof Shacklelfs little girls Mary Krhie and Lizzie went to Meado county last week on a visit Crafton Cunningham and his mother arrived here Saturday and are visiting Owen Cunninghams family Godfrey Haewcll has been ill for sev- Â¬ eral days He is confined to his home but may be out iu a few days Mrs Clara Ely of St Louis who has been here several days visiting her mother returned home last Friday Hardlnsburg has a gun club that meets about three times n week for sport thero aro some crack shots among the mom Unpaid Dividend declared this day Other liabilities Fund to pay taxes 804 00 70348 onr aiAiaur NbiiutM County of Urvckiiiridse 1A fyiW J 1 Cloverport Ky in said county being duly sworn church in this city last Thursday says that the foregoing Seport Is In all respects a true Owing to tho inclemency of the weath- statement ot the condition of the said Hank at s3HEb4sInftALirV er not more than half the Sunday Schools the close of business on the 30th day of June 1806 of the county were represented though to the best of his knowledge and beliefs and further business of said this half held a very interesting con- - says that the location named Hank has been trans acted at the and not elsewhere and vention that the above rf port is made In compliince with The morning session opened with re- Â¬ inofficial notice received from the Secretary ol ligious services conducted by llov SUte designating the 30th day of June 1896 as the day on whkli sah leport shall bo made Kutledge with prayer by G V Beard A H Skillman Csshler Most of the schools which made a report W II Downier 1 5 Directors F N Dlluy to the secretary were in a prosperous JT Skillman and flourishing condition Subscribed and sworn to before me by A II Skill Immediately after the opening of tho man the 3d day ofJuly I86 It C Murray N I1 11 C afternoon session Hon D It Murray de Â¬ My Commission opires January loth 1808 livered the welcome address in such a happy manner that all delegates truly QUARTERLY REPORT felt that our hospitable little city was in OKT1IS W D CAI fact their homo for the time and that -our doors were open at their pleasure viiara-ercfcT John P Has well Jr of HardinBburg HARDINSBURG KY responded in behalf of the convention At the close of business on the 30th day of June ARGE STOCK F 1896 in an eloquent and befitting manner Bro James Boyce followed In aspeeclu RESOUPCE3 of instruction along the line of Sunday Loans and Disdounts less loans to Directors 991893 School work urging greater activity and Loans to Directors officers not especially a better preparation of lessons included 400000 by both pupils and teachers President Overdrafts unsecured 614 60 V Q Babbage then spoke earnestly in Â¬ Due from National Hanks 1680544 Hanking House and Lot 3000 00 dorsing what Bro Boyce had said Other Real Estate 775 46 After a solo by Ohas Vf Moorman a StockiaudHonds J 975 00 committee of three was chosen to select Currency 9J053 96 delegates at large to the Owensboro con- Â¬ Furniture and Fhtures 1000 00 vention which meets in that city August 138513 50 25 20 27 The committee recommended LIAHILITIBS tij ftoo 00 0W Beard S G Shelley John P Cap tal Stock paid In In cash 660907 And a general line of Juilding Material Haawell Jr W B Kutledge and Mrs Undivided Fronts Die Depositors as follows D It Murray and the convention sus Â¬ Deposits subject to check on tained the report which Interest Is not paid 139633 oj Reasonable At the evening session after opening Time certificates of Deposit on which i per cent intern t is religious services Rev S G Shelley poU tT19i 101731 00 read a paper on The mission of the Â¬ Tho Ureckenrldge county Sunday A It Skillman Cashier ol the Ilreckinri g Hank School Convention met in the Lap tit t a Dank located and doing busines In the city ol l33J mm W D m Mm COMPANY iUnager Bank of Hardinsburg IB asrsr LUMBER TilTHS SHINGIES SA5H D0tES BIINDS Iron and Steel Roofing BREK jk liniatcs Furnished I Prices Coirespondencel Solicited Thousands of Women SUPlnK UNI OLD MISERIES Bills re discounted Other liabilities Funds to Fay Takes 300000 lw d cm HARDINSBUEI QUJC LUMBER COr Iklow Is th STATU OK KENTUCKY I vj8SM jo IRVINGTON KYJ CLUB 10 yank Bcoru BRAQFIRLDS RpGULATOF ACTS AS A SPECIFIC throughout the irwHM It tovsr Falls to Rtwfcite s stlfalj b unUiraaUnint at lad ilxil ifeisulaui Htr J Mrs wIMuhm WtlJf AfWrushisI HHAnidinris aobMvwnS oy o relgu Vf It causes health to bloom and l County of Ureckenrldge I MH Heard Csshler of the Dank of Hardinsburg a Rank located and doing business In the town of Hsrdlnsburg In laid county being duly sworn says that the fort golovj Report Is in all respects a true tstcuienl of the condition of the said Hank at the close of business 00 the 30th day of June 1896 to the best of bis knowledge and belief and further says tint the business of said Rank has been trans acted at the location mined and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance wish m oStcial notice received from the Secretary of StUs designating the joth day of June I8A the day on which such report shall be made Beard Cashier H rUektiown trtti 3 AVF IJooll First evwtt The Boyi Meet an Make a leere of O U J b cox ic Their Own bh Mot 80 Raar1 U T J Hook 15 I Verf W4CJ Second eveut 20 Urfwte HnnW 4 J B Cox 10 J H Gardner li j k gnWii Hfrd7J 1 M On Friday Jul MI V Beard 1 Children Ory for fnm U tAren K m Pitchers Cattorla i C r Royal Dsklmjc Pw4r uprhr to mil others Govt Reports FhIiainhmulator MstWsMMluiVKuawawlM flsMt IMUWUXB HWtUUTttU M flB SHrflHWWIWAI itUaU PSJkWf 41 9y sWlsjMsl 9n 9m9w9 YtV Wrfctcrt Morris KukrMge SubscriUd od sworn to Wore me by M II Ueard the b day of July 18A H S SKUtuiN Clock B C C By Board DC r Krk uuu Club mot a grounds and sh each In tlm though all of th weU lor tap average t lit tlr MtttMHl 80utsVpf thcra d iMt pm I0 1jJU he pa tlwy hc ji wag it throl 11 from niia ItawV Imusl Hook 13 the llardlsMrbutjg O I JJeard 10 T J 1 Beard 10 5 M r regular aiteotiHe Beard TiVnl vent 10 Uraet t fifty clay V r u t PTn 4 J 11 uaruiwr uveal it look V i Haarda r L UocS v 1 it v t T J HOOK O V iW Utr rJl out ot 60 r nlwardo l Cmc iii i 11 m j SWBIU Ul i wrwrt 11 30J w mrUJ TiJ WK v ooi liarilner su vm 11 n i It Ji 101llMMWl3a ff Xr - ajl tt t j fP BRECKENRIDGE t KY THE BHEOKBNRmGS NHW8 OITOVKHPORT jmrrrTr1 SOHMnna NEWS 22 1890 WEDNESDAY JULY ffflS SILVER TONGUE ppeech That Won Bryan the Nomination KEPLY TO he people of the state of Mnssacliusetts Dut wo stand hero representing pcoplo who aro tho equals beforo tho lnwof tho largest citizens In tho stato of Mncsa clniBcttK When you como before us and tell us that Wo shhll disturb your busi ness interests wo reply that you lime Â¬ that which it docs nOt menu What wo oppose in that plonk is tho lifo tenure that is being built up iu Waphington which excludes from participation in tho benefits tho humbler members of our socioty I cannot dwell longer iu my limited timo Cries of Uo out Go on I Let mo call attontiou to two or thrco great things Tho gentleman from New York says that ho will propose an nmondruont providing that this chango iu our laws shall not affect contracts al Â¬ ready mado LotJno remind him that thoso there is no intcntloiU contracts which aocordingtonV1ros cnt laws aro mado payablo in gold But 1f ho means to say1 that wo cannot chango our monetary system without proteoliug thoso who havo loaned money beforo tho chango was made I want to ask him where iu law or in morals ho can And authority for not protecting tho debtors when tho act of 1873 was passed but now insists that wo must protect tho creditor Uo says ho nlso wants to amend this law and provldo that if wo fail to maintain a parity within n year wo will then suspend tho coinage Of silver Wo roply that when wo advocato n thing which wo bo linvo will bo successful wo hro not compelled to ralso n doubt as to our own sincerity by trying to show what wo will do if wo can I nsk him if ho will apply his logio to us why ho does hot Ho says that he apply it to himself wants this country to try to socuro an international agreement Why doesnt ho toll us what ho is going to do if they fail to secure an international agree ment Thcru is moro reason for him to do that than for us to fall to maintain tho parity They havo tried for 00 years for 30 years to sccuro an interna- Â¬ tional ugiccmcut and thoso nro waiting for it most patiently who dont want it at all Now my friends lot mo como to tho great paramouut issuo If thoy ask us hero why it is that wo say moro ou tho money question than wo say upon tho tariff question I roply that if protection has slain its thousands tho gold stand- Â¬ ard has plain its tens of thousands If thoy nsk us why wo did not embody all theso things in our platform which wo believe wo reply to them that when wo havo restored tho money of tho constitution all other necessary reforms will bo posslblo and that until thnt is done thero is no reform that can bo accomplished Why is it that within thrco months such a chango has como over tho sentiment of this country Three m6nths ago when it was confidently asserted that thoso who believed in tho gold standard would framo our platform aud nominate our candidate oven tho advo- Â¬ cates of tho gold standard did not think that wo could elect a president hut they had good reason for tho suspicion be cause thero is scarcely a stato hero today asking for tho gold standard that is not within tho absolute control of tho Re Â¬ publican party Dut noto tho change Mr McKiUley was nominated at St Louis upon a plat- Â¬ form that declared for tho inaintcnanco of tho gold standard until it should be changed into bimetallism by an inter national agreement Mr MoKiuloy was tho most popular man among tho Re- Â¬ publicans und everybody thrco months ago in tho Republican party prophesied his oloction How is it today WJy that man who used to boast that ho looked liko Napoleon that man shud t dcrs today When he thinks that ho was nominated on tho anniversary of tho battlo of Waterloo Not only that but as he listens ho can hear with over in treaslng distinctness tho sound of tho Waves as they beat upon tho lonely shores of St Helena Why this chango Ah my friends is not the chango evident to any ono who will look at tho matter It is no private charaotcr however pure no personal popularity howover groat that can pro- Â¬ tect from tho avenging wrath of anln diguant pcoplo tho mail who vll either declare that ho is in favor of fastening the gold standard upon this pcopld or who is willing to surrender tho right of self government and pluco tho legislative coitiol iu tho hinds of foreign po tentate aud powers Wo go foitli confident tlmt wo sliull upon tho para win Whv HecQut mount issuo in this campaign there is uot a spot of ground upon which tho enemy will daro to challcugo battle Why if they tell us that tho gofd stand ard is a good tiling wo poiut to their platform and toll them that their plat Â¬ form pledges tho party to get rid of a gold standard and substitute bimetal lism If he gold staadard is n good thing why try to get rid of it 1 might call at tention to tho act that some of tho peo Â¬ ple who arc ir this eon voriMon todayand who tell you that no ought to declare in faor of international bimofallMm and thereby declaro that a gold standard is wrong and that the principle of bi Â¬ metallism it better these very people foar tsonths ago were pea aud avoyred advocates of the BW standard and tell lng as that we pol4 net legislate two metals together even with all the world I waat e suggest tUU truth that if -good W we the gold retentloa ought deekwla femoftti and not in favor bfJabHdoulug it tad U the geld sUadwa Ua UdfHtlag riwaid valfr wWiwiaeolher nstjoas amwJHiatoheifMH go KfcjHM tiie Nm ef battle We ease aot aUn whtek Ueae14f toree the agfct IWe ateimawWdto awet taeat eaaMfcW If feertall tttaVlbe wur wi geM ntMaatAHH rtandard of oNiU tleM we njay M thew that tkiftUe wost enllnbteued id all tbe uatiouaof Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I disturbed our business interests by your course Wo sny to you that you havo mado too limited In itSflpplicatlon tho definition of tho business man Tho man who is employed for wages is as much a business man as his employer Tho Â¬ SENATOR HELL Ati Eloquent Defense of the Platform His Views on Finance the Income Tax Tenure of Offlcotho Tariff and Business Ho Declares Gold Ho Is Ready to Meet the Standard Men on Evory Point All that the imttuhuitloH pictures of IDcmotthcncs and Cicero nil that tee have thcardof the great oratonof the English ttonijuc wasrealttcd 1IEXIIY GEORGE Tlic ilcXcfiatct sat as if enchanted Iwas i display of cloqucifc pure and irfcHcd Henry Clau hfmselt could It n havc created so ureal a furore AMOS J CUMMNOS not lUstcned to Bryans speech uas the Ant st Ihaveevcr JOUN P ALTOELD Hero is the spcoch by W J Bry- nu in the nntional convention at Chicago that nmilo him lumous dnd tliat nominated him for tho presi- Â¬ dency Mb Chairman and Gentlemen op the Convention I would bo presumptuous indeed to present myself against tho distinguished gentleman to whom you havo listened if this wcro but n measuring of ability but this is not a contest among persons Tho humblest citizen in all tho land when olnd iu tho armor of a righteous oauso 1b stionger than all tho wholo hosts of error that they can bring I como to hpcuk to you iu defonso of a causa as holy as tho camo of liberty tho causo of huinauity When this dobato is concluded a mo tion will bo in ado to lay upon the tablo tho resolution offered iu commendation of tho administration ixud also tho resolution in coudomuatiou of tho admin- Â¬ istration I shall object to bringing this question down to u levol of persons Tho individual is au atom ho is born ho acts he dies but principles aro cter nnl and this has been a contest of prin- Â¬ Â¬ ciple Novcr before in tho history of this country has thero bcouwituessod such a contest as that through which wo havo passed Novor before in tho history of American politics has n groat issue boon fought out as this issuo has been by tho voters themselves On tho 4th of llnroli 1805 a fow Democrats most of thorn members of congress issued an addrosa to tho Democrats of tho nation asserting tiiat tho monoy question was tho para Â¬ mount issuo of tho hour asserting also tho right of iv majority of tho Demo- Â¬ cratic party to control tho position of tho party ou this paramount Issue con Â¬ cluding with tho request that all belfov ers in froa coinago of silver in tho Dem Â¬ ocratic party should organizo and tako chargo of and control tho policy Of tho Democratic party Threo months later at Memphis on organization was perfected and tho alj vor Democrats Went forth Openly and boldly and couragepusly proclaiming their belief and declaring that if success ful they would crystallize in a platform tho declaration which they had mado and then began tho confllot with n zeal approaching tho zeal which inspired tho crusaders who followed Peter tho Hojs in it Our silver Democrats went forth from victory uuto viotory until they aro assembled uow not to disouss not to dobate but to enter tho judgment ren- Â¬ dered by tho plain pcoplo of this conn try Iu this contest brother has ar Â¬ nguinst brother and futher against rayed son Tho wannest ties of lovo and acquaintance and association havo been disregarded Old leaders have boou oast osido when thoy refused to give expres Â¬ sion to tho sentiments of those wlion they would lead and uow loaders hkye sprung up to give direction to this cause of truth Thas has the contest been waged and wo have assembled here undor as bind Â¬ ing and solemn instructions as were ever fastened upon tho representatives of a people Wo do not oemo as individ Â¬ uals Why as individuals we mikht havo been glad to cowpliiacut the gen Â¬ tleman from New York Senator llll Bat wo know that the people far whom wo speak would never bo willing to pat him in a position where hecoakl thwart tho will of the DewocraUo party I say it was not a question of persons f t was a question of prittciple aad it l not with nJadneas wyMetHH Mwe find ourselves b fwgUt M sonaist with the ether those who aw now arrayed Ide The MeutkmaM wUe Jast Hee4ed m NMsell sfaoaw W i nf Maaaanhtuatta Let MM HNH that uot one nerews in all this e- ion eutertahw the laast koattUiy to been1 attorney in a country town is on much a business man as tho corporation conn sol in a great metropolis Tho merchant at ho crossroads storo is as much a business man as tho merchant of Now York Tho former whd goes forth in tho mornibg nud tolls all day begins in tho spring and tolls all summer and by tho application of brain and nuifiolo to tho natural resources of this country creates wealth is as much a business man as tho man who goes upon tho board of trado and bots upon tho prico of grain Tho minors who go a thousand feet into tho earth or climb 3000 feet upon tho cliffs and bring forth from their hiding places tho precious metals to bo poured in tho channels of trade aro as much business men as tho fow finan cial magnates who iu a back room cor- Â¬ ner tho monoy of tho world Wo como to speak for this broader class of business men Ah my friends wo say not ono word against thoso who livo upon tho Atlautio coast hut thoso hardy pioneers who braved all tho dan gers of tho wilderness who have mado tho desert to blossom as tho rose thoso pioneers away out there rearing their children near to natures heart where thoy can miuglo their voices with tho voices of the birds out thero whore thoy havo erected schoolhouocs for tho education of their young and churches whero they praise their Creator and ccmotcrics whero sleep tho ashes of their dead aro us deserving of tho considera- Â¬ tion of this party as any pcoplo iu this country It is for theso that wo speak Wo do not como us aggressors Our war is uot a war of conquest Wo aro fighting in tho defense of our homes our families and posterity Wo havo petitioned and our potitions havo been scorned Wo havo entreated and our entreaties havo been disregarded Wo havo begged aud they havo mocked and our calamity Wo beg no longer Wo entreat oamo no moro Wo petition no more We defy them The gentleman from Wisconsin has Baid ho fears a Robespierre My friend in this land of tho free you need fear no tyrant who will spring up from among tho pcoplo What wo need is an Andrew Jackson to stand as Jackson stood against tho encroachments of aggran dized wealth Thoy tell us that this platform was mado to catch votes Wo roply to them that changing conditions mako now issues that tho prinoiples upon which rest Democracy aro osoveriasting as tho hills but that thoy must bo applied to oow conditions as they arise Condi- Â¬ tions havo arisen and wo aro attempt-Â¬ ing to moct thoso conditions They tell us that tho incomo tax ought not to bo brought in here That is a new Idea They eriticiso us for our criticism of tho supremo court of tho United States My friends wo havo not sritlclscd r we have simply called atten- Â¬ tion to what you know If you want criticisms read tho dissenting opinions 3f the court Thafwill givo you criti- Â¬ cisms They say wopssscd an unconsti- Â¬ tutional law I deny it the incomo tax was not unconstitutional when it was passed It was not unconstitutional when it went beforo tho supremo court for tho first timo Itdid uot becomo unconstitutional until one judge changed his mind aud wo cannot bo oxpoctcd to know when a judgo will ohaugo his iniud Tho incomo tax is a just law It sim Â¬ ply intends to put tho burdens of gov Â¬ ernment justly upon tho backs of the pcoplo I am in favor of au incomo tux When I find a man who is not willing to pay his sharo of tho burdou of the government which protects him I and a man who is unworthy to enjoy tho blessings of a government llko ours Ho says wo aro opposing the national bank currency It Is true If you will read what Thomas Benton said yon will And that he said that in searching history ho could And but ono parallol to Andrew Jackson That was Cicero who destroyed tho conspiracies of Catiline and saved Home He did for Rome what Jackson did when ho destroyed the bank conspiracy and saved America Wo say in oar platform that wo be Â¬ lieve that the right to eela money and issue money is1 n function of govern tucnt Wo Ix lievo it We bcllovo it is a l ly awl eau uo more part it i tVitk jt delegated to private In dividuals than wo could afford to dele Â¬ gate to private individuals the power to make penal statutes or to levy laws for taxation Mr Je4fereea who was once regarded as good Democratic authority loonw to have adlgcwnt bphiloa fretn the geutleuMH who has addressed us on the part of tbe miwerltf These who aw opposed te MtU proposition tell as thai the issaeof jMek- money is a faaetiew Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 1ms never declared for n gold and both tho parlies this your aro declaring nalnst it If tho gold staudnrd is tho standard of civilization why my friends should wo not havo it So if they como to meet us on thnt wo ckn present tho history of our not ion Mora than that wo can tell them this that they will Bcnrch tho pages of history iu vain to find n klilglo instance in which tho counnon pcoplo of any laud havo over declared themselves iu favcr of n gold standard They can find where tho holders of fixed investments have Mr Oarllslo said In 1878 that this was ii strugglo botwecu tho idlo holders of idlo capital aud tho struggling masses who produco tho wealth aud pay tho taxes of tho country nud my friends it is Hluiply rt question that wo shall do cido upon which side shall tho Demo cratic party fight upon I ho sldo of tho idlo holder of idlo capital or upon tho sldo of tho struggling moves That is tho question that tho party must answer first nnd then it mast bo answered by each individual hereafter Tho sympathies of tho Democratic party as described by tho platform aro ou tho sldo of tho struggling masses who havo ever boon tho foundation of tho Domocratlo party Thero nro two ideas of government Thero aro thoso who bolieo that if you just legislate to mako tho well to do prosperous their prosperity will leak through on Thb Democratic idea has thoso below been that if you legislate to mako tho iclr prosperity will masses ptispcr find its way up uud through ovcry class and rest upon it You como to us aud - iho great cities aro In favor of tho gold standard I toll you that tho great cities rest upon theso broad and fertilo prairies Burn down your cities uud lcavo our farms and your cities will spring up again us if by xuagio but destroy our farms und tho grw vU irrow in lil tho streets of every ciLLerJSf My friends wo shall declare that this nation is nblo to legislate for its own pcoplo oil ovcry question without wait Â¬ ing for tho aid or consent of any other Upon that issuo wo nation on earth expect to carry ovcry sluglo fitnto in this Union I shall not slander tho fair state of Massachusetts nor tho stato of Now York by saying that when its citizens aro confronted with tho proposition Is this nation ablo to attend to its own business I will not slander either ouo by saying that tho pcoplo Of thoso states will declaro our helpless i in potency us a nation to attend to our own business It is tho issuo of 1770 over again Our ancestors when but 8000000 had tho courago to declaro their political in dependence of every other nation upon Shall wethoir desccudaiits earth when wo havo grown to 70000000 de- Â¬ claro that wo nro less independent than our forefathers No my friinds it will never Lo tho judgment of this people Thercfoie wo euro not upou what lines tho battlo is fought If they say bimetallism is good butwocnuuot havo it till fiomo nation helps us wo reply that instead of having n gold standard bccnuo England has wo shall restore bimetallism and then let England have bimetallism because tho United Stutes has If tliry daro to como out nud iu tho open uud defend tho gold standard as a good thing wo shall fight them to the uttermost having behind us tho producing iuuhch of this nation and the world Having behind us tho commer Â¬ cial interests and tho laboring interests aud all tho toiling matses wo shall an iwcr their demands for u gold standard by saying to them You plmll uot press down upon tho brow of labor this crovu You shall not crucify uidu uf thorns kiiid npou n cross nf gold tho earth INTELLECTUAL SLAVES TJNCLE Â¬ JAY 000KB fitnudurd Is What the Editor oTa Metropolitan Newspaper Says Men of His Profession Are Si JoK ph Mo Republican Banker Says the Qold Standard Is a Crime and Will Ruin tho Country Blood Poison Contagious Bood Poison has been ap- Â¬ propriately called the curse of mankind It is the one disease that physicians cannot cure their mercurial aud potash remedies only bottle up tho poison in the system to surely break forth in a more virulent form resulting in a total wreck of the system Mr Prank 11 Martin a prominent jeweler at 926 PensylvAuia Ave Wash says ington I was for a long time under treat tnent of two of the best physi Â¬ cians of this city for a severe case of blood poisou but my condition crew worse nil the while not Â¬ withstanding the fact that they charged me three hundred dollars My mouth was filled with eating sores my tongue was almost eaten owav so that for three mouths I was unable to taste any solid food My hair was coming out rapidly audi was iu a horrible fix Iliad triedÂ¬ various treatments and was nearly discouraged when n friend recommended SSS After T had taken four bottles I began to get better and when I had finished eighteen bottles I was cured sound and well my skin was without 11 blemish aud I have had no return of the disease SSSsaved uiefroni a life of misery SSS guaranteed puicly vegetable will cure any case of blood Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PiiiLAriKiiifiA July II Jay Cooke Metropolitan gold bug newspapers such tho pionoter of the Northern IVlllc Railroad who once held the credit of tho as the New York 8tiu tun Baltimore Newsand the Louisville Courier Journal nation iu tho palm of his hand is for He hopes that havu created no sensation by the an tho free coinage of silver nouncement that they will not support tho Republican party will see tho error the platform or nominee o the Chicago of the gold standard and Immediately Convention Nine out of every ten of put silver back In tho ptaco It belo igs Tho opposition to the free roluago of the great dally newpapors nro owned by money monopllsts The announcement silver is a crime a miserable crsy no- Â¬ that they will not support Bryan was tion If I had tho doing of it there therefore unnecessary The space writ Â¬ would be no room for agoldbugin this The single ers In charge of them will no boubt con- country Bald Mr Cooko tinue to bury Iho silver cruza and gold standard would ruin this country praise the Morgan bond syndicate as tho positively ruin It Mr Cooke rend what H crotary of the savior of the country One of the bSt known of Gothams managing editors nt Treasury Carlisle raid In 1878 bt fore he a banquet of newspaper workers In New was allied to Cleveland nud the goldltes A HOANTICCnlMK York two or thrto yenis sg thrown According to my view of the Buhject flood of light upon the manner in which the plutocratic newspapers are conduct- Â¬ Bays Mr Carlisle the conspiracy which ed Addressing a numerous coinpauy of seuius to have bttn formed in this coun Â¬ writers for tho metropolitan dallies ho try MtUjiS9 to destroy by legislation or of tho metallic said There is no such thing in America as money of the world Is the mont gigantic an independent press unless it is iu the crime of this or any other age The concountry towns Yon are all slaves You summation of such n schema would ulti- Â¬ know it nud I know It There is not mately entail more misery on the human one of you who dare express an honest raco than any war pestilence and famine opinion If you express it you know that evor occurred What more could you wnit than beforonand that it would never appear said Mr Cooke It was true in print I am paid 150 per week for that keeping honest opinlonsoutof the paper then It Is true now he said emphatic The most I am connected with Others of you are ally slinking Ills forefinger paid similar salaries for doing similar terrible thing of nil was in 1873 when things if I should allow honest opin Â¬ silver was denionetlred which was done ions to be printed In ono iscuo of my under n delusion You will find that paper like Othello before twenty four most of the Senators nnd Rep isonntlvei linns my occupation would bo gone did not dream that they wero about TO DBMONET17K SILVER The man who would bo bo foolish as to Just think of the fearful danger tho write his honest opinion would be out on the street hunting another job The farmers stand in continued Mr Cooke business oi die New York journalist is If thoy knew it thoy would rise intheir to distort the truth to lio outright to might and sweep away those devilish pervert to vilify to fawn at tho feet of politicians and goldbugs Rut Mr Cooke In case of free coin mammon and sell his country nnd his race for his dally bread or for what is age what about the lilty three cent dol- Â¬ about the same thing his salary You lar Y he replied Thats nil humbug know this and I know it and what fool- Â¬ ery to be toasting an independent press Wasnt a silver dollar wortii 1 before We are the tools nnd vassals of rich men they demonetized silver Tho worlds behind the scenes We are jumping onward march is rapid If gold shall bo jacks Our time our talent our lives the only basis of Exchange the progress our posibillties nro all tho property of must stop Wo must have more money lo oil the machinery of exchange I beother men We are Intellectual prostilieve we must get back to bimetallism tutes before we reach prosperity There are many cures for the Amer- Â¬ The Ideal Panacea ican malady of indigestion but rdien James L Francis Alderman Chicago indigestion has passed into biliousness I regard Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ and Is attended by sour Btoraach dizzi- Â¬ says ness disordered liver etc we believe ery as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs Colds there is no remedy in tbe world equal to and Lung Complaints having used it in rills to my family for the last five years to the Ramons Tonic Liver Pills touch the liver Tonic Tellets lo build mion of physicians prescription or up the system two separate medicines other preparations Rev John Burgus Keokuk Iowa together they clennso the system and repair the waste Try them once your writes I havo been a Minister of the druggist keeps them Only -- 5 cents for Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 years or more and have never found anything both trial dose free so beneficial or that gave mo such speedy relief as Dr Kings New Discovery EXPKE8SED OPINIONS Ciietle Â¬ Â¬ m uc I othernVAIialf Â¬ and its treat- Â¬ ment mailed jree by Swift poison Books on tucuiseasc Specific Co Atlanta Ga sss 21 LOUISVL LE 1i11ii1u inn Ki Jaly H Bblpperi should mark all psekagei plainly with shippers name and poit offloe address BUTTER Choloe country Medium Creamery 8 JCUUH 7 10 rreih FKATIIKRS 40 Prime white goose Mixed Old No Iduok 2i U 26l 1 POULTRY liens per lb Spring Chickens per dos Ducks per lb Jeeie per dot POTATOES 25a3 CJ I U0 - 12X 3S01U0 SO Â¬ Â¬ Irish per barrel New La Sweet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to a etc higher Navy lieans per bushel 2 75 SUi 3 00 2 00 Q 2 40 7 R00T8 Olniuig Senica Snake 7S 0 2M 0 Pink Yellow Wild Oinger Lady Slipper May Apple lllood 6 o 21 5 1 Vi FIELD SEEDS 1 2K 80 Â¬ Try this Ideal Cough Remedy now Haynes Of Men the Memory of Whom We Trial Bottles Free at Short Drug Store All Have learned to love and Timothy per liushel Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel ReJToppej bushel Orohard Grass per bushel Blue Urasi fancy p r bushel Blue Grass extra per bushel Onion Sets Yellow per bushel White 4 25 i 00 1 85 10 8 65 I 25 2 50 1 K HIDES Oreen rood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skin WOOL 5K 9 8 10 fu 11 10 40 -- Revere By the eternal we will seo which Is to rule the money power or the people GLENDEANE Dr Dempster Has Ague W R Moormans Old Dwellng Burned Several New Buildings Soon Tnb washed Orease fine Burry Black Burry and Cuts Tallow Beeswax Sorghum - Andrew Jackson Whoevkii controls tho volume of money of any country Is absolutely master of all industries and commerce James A Gaifield Anything upon which the government places its stamp and declares it a full legal tender in payment of all debts and taxes is money no matter what the ma- Â¬ terial may be Henry Clay I iiklievk the struggle now going on in this country and in other countries for a single gold standard will if successful produce widespread disaster in the end thoughout the world Jas Q Hlaine MISCELLANEOUS 21 15 a 18 Otcd 12 12 13 8 fa 10 t i s 25 ii Skis Dii6ie Relieved Custm Kv July 18U0 I have ta Â¬ Personal Free 04 page medical reference book to any person sill cted with any Bpeclal chronic or delicate disease piculiar to Address the leading phytheir sex sicians and surgeons of the Uuited States Co 70 Dearborn street Dr Hathaway Chicago Â¬ ken several bottles of Hoods Sarsaparll la aud can recommend it highly I have been troubled with skin disease which broke out every spring for several years and all medicines failed to help me until I tried Hoods Sarsaparilla which has done me moro good than anything elee Mrs Lena Meyeo ThoTTax Â¬ Ukm 7 laoM eaght to gagat ctthebanWagt I sfcutf wrt Jewoa rfcther the with tail thew fMtrt that tty them iesae of oey I a faaeHoa of the gev erwueat aad the Units ought lt go out of the gayewiwMit hastiienn Thev oomnUta ahoattsiaalmk vrhtea tteehtres against tbe W immm l 4 to They have trie H swam f ilirt lima If tw mss euusl wrs itWoi ff 41A MMMUBiUli wwnBjrti rv B w W W ik License on dogs will fall due August Hoods Tills care indigestion bilious 1st All persons residing within the city new limits of Cloverport owning or harboring dogs are required to comply with The Rising of the People city ordinance No 18 section 1 as the Wiihlngtcn Pit ordinance will be strictly enforced after It will not do to iguore so gfgintlc a that date J A Bauhy Mayor demonstration It were folly to treat it as a peevish and insignificant caprice ASK the recovered We have to rekon with this outburst dyspeptics bilious euiicrcrs yitinn which cannot be disposed of by a con ever and ague the mercurial diseased teuiptlous gesture The gold men who patient how they re went td Chicago ten days ago made the covered heatthcliecr fnl ftnlriin and rood mistake of assuming that they had to ei they will tell bin 1 taklac deal with a mere ephemeral craze and MONS lntu Itcou- thoy mad the further and the irretriev- Â¬ LAIOU able mlstako of dealing with it on he The Ckeapeiti Pureit and Dest Pamlly heroic plan They found too late that Medicine in me iimmi it was no fad no lukewarm academic For DYMWSIA CONSTIPATION Taun theory nolltelesssylloglsin They foiled themselves confronted by a living pal Â¬ ni In fiilnlil a fcinLTlO article OI pitating thrilling movement into which MlfccuHY or any mineral suljtanc but PUUKLY VCGETAHLI2 men had Hung their sautlments their those Southern Hoots n Hjrbs ooavlctibns their Very sous It wai a containing all wln Providence lias which an countries where- Ilver DUeunea most prevail movement not to ba checkid by neatly It will cure all Dlieases caused by Oeraafe ttowcts rouaded phrases or melodious lostrum snent ol lb Liver and Liver Comnla nt are a The BYJinOHS oi oratory arsekoelreea d sola lae Ittese bitter or bad taste in the mouth Iain In the Kheu Hack before them like gliciatiu suge au t natlsioHides or Julntsolen mistaken lor seur stomacni loss nit iwcls alternately costive aim ia overwhelmed them as a tliUl wave eb inu nr Memory Willi n pamiui mwuou m llUtatee an idk seateaee scratched up bavins-- ailed to do anmethlng which ought to haw lAn flntlel IMbHHVI LAW JMHII on the sand Fire millions of llvlM yellow appearance o the Hkln and Kyes a Consumption Cough breathing wen in bitter deadly earaeei many o theso ayniptoms atieM SometimesUNIIIBilil Ave million raeu li fl lined into au ecstasy the diseete at others very lew cut me iu ia generally the o disease and If bo suffer In rime thai d not atakeu buckram host te RegulatedDEATHseatRreatthe lug wretched will ensue be extinguslhed by a eeateaee sad a ness and Tha ellowlnel highly eateenied personsattwt te the virtues olTjImmona Llvr RKeguUtori Irewa Co Rev W H Oen W a Holt Ir-a- At U R Keldar Perry Uat Cot K h RJs L iflUshlpCurlswlfOfHDuBike dMaronKq aerl Tja UayUai Aleenier U Stephens Oa 1 Hn wm lest la K d Wa with all oa board personally -- Tle 1 - ki m Â¬ 20 16 Molasses Dr Dempster is ou tho sick Hit He UAY GRAIN FEED is having chills We Green West was visitiug at J R Mat wharftquote prices to day on Louisville city tinglys Sunday OATS 22 23H G P Ball Is talking of building a new No 2 oats UAY house right soon 15 00 14 00 Timothy No 1 12 00 12 50 W D Owen lias been attending Tar Timothy No 2 6 00 5 00 Good Bright Straw- Sprirgi this week There is rumor of n wedding soon iu this neighborhood Charlie Owen lias the prettiest tobacco in this neighborhood Avon Stone rprained his ankle and Is having to use crutches Louis Ashley Eays lie will raise 1800 pounds of tobacco this year Jim Lawrence cut his ankle with an ax and lias to go on crutches Mr and Mrs T L Curtis are expi cted homo from Kansta City Monday Dr fbempster is talking of building another house It will be for ront lrauk Adams show was In town the 1 Ith It took away f 08 so reported Louisville HendersonS St Loul s RyCo Henry Moorman Sr is making prepar- Â¬ ations to build himself a now house 1TO Paul Dempster went down in the Cut off Friday and bought twonty stock hogs Taking Effect Old man Matthews aud wife picked seven gallons of blackberries Saturday At 600 oclck A V Sundatj Uar 22 1Q95 morning x Jail Bound 7Vai Wil Bound JVatn Mrs Hark Owen and little daughter Eva were visiting Mrs Salllo Howard 41 41 41 Mail Mali A this week STATIONS Kzpra Kxpr Kiprs Kiprs Co have 5000 Pally Pally Moorman Deane Pally Dally 0x8 ties to loa I next week for Roa 1 Mas Â¬ 6 30pm 7 6ara Dtl 12 45pm 87 09pm 48 Kentucky St 11 so 8W S45 ter Hudson 8 45 West 1olnt 11654 m 710 7 20 1160 8 48 717 Howard silver question Is getting 721 The gold and 7 3J 869 Wlllowdale U41 857 6 61 Hock Haven 11 tfOl up considerable excitement here but sil- Â¬ 7M Long Branch 1127 912 847 745 ver is on top sy 755 92 flrandenburg UlS 832 9 SI Karon Mouakorn is here doing some SIH Johtilo Uuston 9 40 624 IU ioitf 91V Irvlngtou 618 rlcrao work around Mrs Lucy Hunters S20 1042 9 603 Webster fit 10 67 07 1033 SS7 Iodlburir 666 tills week house 10 25 6 48 845 licrce ion 10 IS Sample 543 date of tho Sand Knob plcnla is 860 102 Tho 1028 Stephensport 1011 636 858 the 26th instead of the 18th as stated sir 10 OS 10 S3 6 31 Addison 1003 629 Holt 035 vl6 through mistake Cloverport 960 617 04 vis 94 Shops 061 614 Our school will begin In August this 922 9 35 02 503 StIUman 9U W 925 463 llawcavllle year Prof Pile principal and Miss AU til 917 letrle 9J lie Brown assistant 911 S3 968 Falcon 9US 10 08 4 34 1 Iwlspoit W O Moormans trade reaches out 1015 865 4 26 42 Waltinan 8 48 Mint 1026 Towers 416 lie gets trade from Constantino a dis Â¬ loss 2 Ulpm 8S4 4 66 Pates 826 866 Oweneboro 215 tance of twenty three miles Buck is a 814 Mattlnaly 2d hustler 8U6 OrlS nth V2M Stanley MSI W It Moormans old dwelling btiratd 1116 12 40 Worthlngton si T48 Friday night full of clover hay Thero U2B Hi t satftrL v 7 38 I were two unknown men seen run from HSlpro im j the house when the fire was dlccevered It 0nn ljac M xA ptmk IO A TIME SCHEDULE 31 T ri jr s fcji f f u - i tbt Seat tun a M 6mok lor tke UMT y smwiii m iwmwb r hM reMm ws hw vfltf w r1 Wi vHtBuiBt Iu mother eottinu and We hava tested lt virtues biliousness and know that lor Dysvepsla It U tlw best incdk lm the TlKetW ltig Headache wMeVer saw We tried forty other reinedle before Simmons Ilver Regulator but none nav ua raor than teniporory relief but Ow aett K8 vlalor au qnly relieved but eured ua TtLlGKAfll AND MkIMINUKR MlHOeO MmjrctUKiBOKtv uv fa J H ZktUN CO rU4lila and original In style e paeksaaHee 1 la naij wat Au all Inol ouallltua urn y fETl all Vtiubj a Bare u to give sat I sores piles Sutherlands Kagle Eye Salve taujp I roKNEVAOVtlUrj OaU 14 rjrnv V-- gnw XfcAwi xr UL TWB fV vWffW THR nod sho was an old schoolmato In the long ago WEDNESDAY JULY 22 lSM Tho oat crop in this vicinity is good and farmers are getting ready to thresh BEVVLEYVILLE An abundance of Into potatoes have been planted 0 5 Dcyvcll la Some Better Henry Cox Claude Untshear and JhIjo wern hero last rlduy week They att tided the AppolnlcU SohoolTriuloo Wm Fourth at Peabodya and seemed to Beard a Soldier havo a good lime llobort Tohin tamo home from Texas IUviit lUhlawny wm ntlioino on the last week and is now at the old home 4tlt place ho was nccoinpanied from Ekron Joseph Johnson was nt lioiuu on tlio liy his litllo neice Nellio Drown l Hli Tho party given on tho Third nt Mrs Geroino Nowtoni very low willi sonio Howards woh enjoyed by both young kind ot fever nnd old God bless the young folks 1 Jones and Claud fiercer wero in our liko our Drandcnburg correspondnut village on tlio Otli lovo to ho with tlicm John Lester wont with tlio crowd to Summer cougliB and some are colds Irving ton on tlio llh Either hurls the lungs worse in wnrm 0 V rennliiglon autlciatcn a movo weather than they do In cold They to Kausoa somo tluio soou are cured nil tlio year round ly the use Mrs A Dennett isBpeuiiltiKu fuw days of Dr Dells Got that willi hor father U S Dowell branded Tho K K Sutherland Medi- Â¬ Moormnn llnrdawny will tench llio cine Co Paducah Ky or its not tho pchool nt or near Isaac Nortons genuine Mr and Mrs C AV Si pes spent tlio A Chance to Make Monoy 4th with their many friends hero I have borrics grapes nnd peaches n Z T Stiths tentn ran away one tiny year old fresh as when picked I ubo lost week uud tore u liiv new wagon tlio California Cold procebs do not bent licnic nt llennetts tank or roiuo pluco or senl tho fruit just put it upcold keeps close there Borne tlmo uhout Aug 1st perfectly fresh and costs utmost nothing llro S LHholly jinseed through our can put up a bushel in ten minutes liat town on the Dili cnrotitu to Uloverort week I sold directions to over ILO famllillllp Cain nnd W F 1aul returned ilies anyone will pay a dollar fordlrect last wvtk from n ehort visit to St Ixmis ions when they eeo tho beautiful sam Â¬ ples ot fruit As there art many people MIhii Sllth from Louisville is spend inx the week with Sirs T 1 ilnrduwny poor liko myself I consider it my duty to give my experience to such nnd feel V II Cain Kr attended iiuarterly confident any oho can inako one or two II 10ond ronferenco nt McDaniels on the hundred dollars round homo in n few llth days I will mail snmplo of fruit nnd W W KelthStanley Koss ttay Keith complete directions to any of your rend- Â¬ I S Drury nnd son spent tho Ith nt ers for eighteen two cent stamps which Irvington is only tho actual cost of tho samples Win F laul hns returned from Clin postagp etc to me ton Mo and is now iloiiig the horse Â¬ Fiiakcis Casuy St Louis Mo shoeing at his fathers old stand FALLS OF ROUGH Farmers aro husy threshing their wheat oats etc wheat crop is light pnts aro good lohncco nnd corn are dolne Another Democrat Born A Chinaman Will 1 Â¬ BRLEIGKEXNBIDQEL WILL YOU SWALLOW NEWS GLOVEIRLPORF KY N1WS FJtOM EVERYWHERE s Germany has passed a now law prohi Â¬ biting speculation in options Coruolious Vanderbllt was stricken ENGLISH with paralysis though he will not dju inatcluK itsulf felt through the various Tho Snyder Sons 1apor Company of cluba and orgauizallons throughout tho Cincinnati made an aHHignmetit iurl lleio Is what Mr McKlnloys platform I5iith end breadth of the land It Is ffhontoatieiidy paid up rubibirsor Senator Teller says ho will not allow M has to say nhout Cleveland nnd Clovo true there is yet a widespread prejudice his name presented for lrealdent to tho tlioso who do nTit particularly caro to rill stop a coef b In a night cheek a celd landlsm against nhat isstyled the New Woman iopulist Convention now In session at i a dav and core eonanmptlon If laien tako our e titter Iptlon propoMtiun but ynvpm in time II tn little onea Gobi standard Democrats who havo many maintaining that she Is a com St Louis want to buy uomo Qftho ItooKs frwitly been defending tho administration must pound of boldness and presumption uh itIroupisaveir There was another riot at the Crown You Can Make Your Own Selections FBB swallow this if thoy vote for McKinley fatal distate because some few have Invaded the Hoisting Works In Cleveland Ohio A Order by number - In ordering it is j Piillv Ana For the first tlmo slnco the civil war rostrum and are wildly clamoring for number of non union men wero beaten ol only hrrowary td gfve the number of hall at Â¬ thosa thn American people have witnessed the what they nre pleased to term their slabbed and kicked tho book tacked die Following Is tlio list The great calamitous consequences ot full and un Â¬ rights Yet there Is no more neces- Â¬ William H Wright a mulatto and danger la restricted Democratic control of tho gov Â¬ sary connection between a womanly Alice Kingsley a white girl were mar- Â¬ In delay rapidly that Ida i A Veils Mttr The disease rrorretsel so treatment w ernment It ban been a record of uupar woman who quietly seeks to stand on ried in JeUersonvllle Iud Wright lives In i The HanVtalrn icoricn Metre lllir In HUrk NUnleyj nriman the lost ol a lew lou EnousiiRfme alleled incapacity dishonor and disaster the highest plane of literary and econ- Â¬ in Webster township Harrison county often fatal ACKEaa IiaIi K P Itensan hrald mi Dr will cure Croup anrf It houao lor In administrative management It has omic achievements and tho one who opposito Brandenburif Ky Ho is the D ltarradcn the 5 Mill that Tans la tlio Jtlxlit may M likfc Cnllin 6 A Koiiues Ltk SSiSSereiTAfi cent bottle ruthlessly sacrificed Indispensable reve unsexes herself by wildly demanding a 1 Illegitimate son of a white womau nam The Duchess aava your child lite 7 The IJucheM Hugh Conway H Called llJik nue entailed an increasing deficit oked place among tho councils ot tho nation ed Wright his father being a negro Three sliest 5e BOe SI All Dreert n A WkLid Oltl Mnry Co il Hay out ordinary current expenses with bor than thero is between the calm gcnllo He Is twenty two and has strong features CO the old Hume Maiy Ctcll Hay a rrrnw MEDICINE lollick to II Wt ddcd an 1n r led Ourlolie M llreme rowed money piled up tlio public debt beauty of a glorious June morning and ot a negro Tlio girl Is said to Jb is Chuabef St new x or Diauionds George Manvillc Feim have very is The Hiu ol Mi at K irndilon by JL000000 in tlmo of pence forced the wild electrical display of a storm respectable parents iiThe llttornon A fonnan Doyle 4 A Study In Starlet adversu hnlauco of trade kept u per Â¬ tossed summer cloud an And we of the KoriiiKthe letters Air Alexinder Mrs James Gordon ot Cleveland it My Ltrties Money WHHIe Collins IA 6 LYON petual menaco hanging over the redempt- Â¬ Fortnightly Club sail serenely under when Bho saw her injured husband Chatlotte M llrmmie I j The bhadowfu Sin Charles Uhkens ion fund pawned American credit to tho banner pf tho quiet workers each broughthome in an ambulanco fell to IB The Cncct on the Hearth la The Squirts Dailini Charlotte MIIrarmc alien syndicates and reversed all the ono striving to attain Word worths Ideal the floorand died of heart disease From Hartford Mrs A GWright so Singleheart and doulilefate Charles Kcado Visitors measures and results of successful Ho si Ia y Ora e Mrs Htnry Wood A perect woman nobly planned with The total production of crude petrolo Is Worse Other Notes Mostly as Wife MjW or Widow f Mrs Alexander P publcan rule In the broad effect of sweet records promises as sweet for um in the United States in 1895 was 02 stlllack lleiuty Annn Sewell About Society Sarau Utana 4 IdtaU Its policy it has precipitated panic blight during tho two years in which the Circle 083520 barrels valued at 57701170 Alexandur Dumn icUaniille V I lei 1 list llnow IThe Dm hes ed Industry nnd trade with prolonged de has been in existence our record stands against 10344510 barrels in tlio previ- Â¬ UuJt Jctuma jj Three Mil in a Mr Yin4e K I Jerome Suuduy Another splendid rain Im Uiichcn pression closed factories reduced work as ever striving after the beat in art lit- Â¬ ous year valued at si I he llfmnrjhle t5522l05 Nfjiiun njTIic lliiuspur tlio Weir Slaiilry Â¬ is quite blck UiIb nnd wages halted enterprise nnd crip erature and social requirements ever Little Edward Huff William Dills administrator ot ho lollurlollu lemple Alts Kowaun M llrarnie he Miatlend Idol Charlotte pled American production while stimu Â¬ seeking to expand our minds and hearts estate of 31 Pearl 13111s who week Noteliit lidna IynI 3 Oerrk k VihibIih lating foreign production for the Amer- Â¬ to the highest ideals In truth It has fell into an opon cistern at Deloware O Helen II Miihtrs Mystery Will Bice of Blackford was hero it llu Went for aef No ij John Strange Winter Soldier li He Every consideration of been a source of untold good to the in- Â¬ Juno 11 and was drownod has tiled Thursday ican market The Uuihess itThe Haunted Chninher inui yOlieeriV Oil jUHio public safety nnd individual interest de dividual members composing the club suit against the owner of tho ctatern for arnen Mrs Ezra Huff nnd son nre quite sick Florence Doriss Fortune mands thnt the government shall bo res- Â¬ Our views have been broadenod our 10000 damages ll Iinni Toi uet John Strange Winter at this writing Charlotte M llracme o Hie Karls Hrrnr cued from the hands of those who have ideas enlarged our precepttous quick- Â¬ Heart Charlotte M Uraeinv Christian Endeavorers met in Wash Emmctt Haynes of Herbert was In 40 A UolJen Sin Charlotte M llracme shown themselves incapable to conduct ened to greater activity and wo are thus ington last week and beforo thoy ad- Â¬ 41 Her Only J KJe- 41lhiIdleThoughisofun Idle Fellow Sunday it without disaster at homo nnd dishon- placed in touch with tho great and vital journed they passed a resolution de- Â¬ Iyonla roine The Ducheis Miss Effie Phillips visited her undo nt 41 In Durance Vile 1 or abroad and shall be restored to the questions that aro now agitating the en- Â¬ nouncing Grovor Cleveland and his ad- Â¬ he Duthess 44 A 11111c llelml Tho Duchess1 party which for thirty yenrs adminis 45 Utile Irish flirl tire civilized world And we are mado ministration for not taking a moro ac- Â¬ Reynolds last week The Duchesv Ixird llcrresford 46 Uiys Mhw Pearl Phillips Is quite sick with tered it wlthttnequaled success nnd pros Ilobcrt lluchanan to feel tho truth ol these lines of Popes 47 The Moment Alter tive part in preventing the persecution Marriage at Sea W Clark ltusscll 48 A perity A little learning is a dangerous thing fevers at this writing ot Christians in Armonla lly the nuthor Lover and Lord 40 A Mad Love Drink tm p ortase not the Pierian spring Other Mans Bud Brown has moved his children to jUIlie Her Wedding Wile John fttranjo Winter The merchants of Havana have refus- Â¬ Morn Charlotte M llracme Their thallow draughts intoxicate the brain ji On Lnnd Effectual Charles J Dooth Olive Jeiome K Jerome ed to accept the last issuo of Spanish pa- Â¬ his fathers since the death of his wife 33 btjge Hawlov Smart wood Cat pays I havo used Ayors And drinking largely sobers us again 53 Struck Down Horrence Maryai c A Star and a Heart for we thirst to drink deep and catch per money aud they also threaten that Mr and Mrs Lon Rhodes of Deane Pillsin my family for sovernl yenrs nnd Tnc Duchess 53 Sweet Is I rua I ove the sparkle that floats on the stream of if in two months Gen Weyler makes no field visited J W Lyons and wife Sun IiKniirry s6TlieTHu0riliiiii have always found them most effectual 1 ho Duchess 5 A Tn ulilesoma fiirl thought from the great minds that rep- progtesfl in suppressing the revolution day Count lyol Toluol in tho relief of ailments arising from n 58 Two Ocneralions liealrire llarradn resent all nations and time nor do we they will leavo tho island 50 At lie llrwti llracntt Monday from W P Bennett returned disordered stomnch torpid liver nnd Singularly Deluded Sarah lirand While in bathing at Lake Minnetonka n very pleasant visit to his many fiiends 2o Thelllred liahy Mario errlll diftdaln to sip the roso tlnted froth that 61 constipated bowels 62 The Tour or the World In Ml Days Julet Verne floats on the current in tho artistic and a summer resort in Minnesota threo at Itockport Ky well ot A Little lllgrun Mrs Oliphant Lecture Here Friday Night After D Christie Murray lly tho late of the bea wholesome novels that adorn our library young ladies wero drowned G S Dowell is some better at this WILLOWDALE Mr and Mrs Anderson Frlelds of 64 A Maiden lnlr Chares Ciibho- 65 First Sundayln August Â¬ A riotous striko at Borea 0 has reshelves for eoma of tho truest thoughts ltomane of a loor Young Man Octave writing but is reported to bo very low i the Blackford visited his daughter Mrs D Feulllet of the mind are set as jewels on the sulted in the Bhooting of Beveral persons Old ago seems to be the principal K M Ilallanlvne 67 Tlie lied Ktic J Phillips last Thursday Misses Motile and Katie Withers Are Visit Â¬ Mrs CundifThas returned pages of Action It Is reported that the new governIt M llillaatyne 6 1 he Fire llngade trouble Brooks and Lorm Reynolds ac- Â¬ tJ KrllnK Ihedluld It M llallantynt Ed lag in Breckenridge County During tho first year of our existence ment of Canada will send a commission Miss Annie Head is visiting her grand- Â¬ DoraRusstl 70 Kose Fleming M tailor Thomas Northern Mrs Laura Missps Ella Moirison and - ltvpriVrrti Ilichelor Ik Marvel as a club we explored the mines of to Washington to negotiate a treaty of companied Other Notes rail MssM i It 11 Jon s Under the Ited FlairHello Campbell and Miss Kale Wilson father Kirk Efllo Phillips to Zion Sunday bhort rrencu literature auu cauea many a commercial reciprocity J 73 1 ho Little School master Mark Miss Lyons has returned to her home attended tho picnic at Hnrdinsburg on house Bollo Newton is visiting her At the last census tho city of Paris Mrs gem from Trouvenr and Troubadour and M O Wiahtwlclc Mrs Carts Companion in Fordsville 74 the Ith Doyd Hnynes hns returned to Branden- Â¬ T Adolphus TroIlo Greater Now sister Mrs Ada Voyles of Wont Toint 7 Diamond Cut Diamond reveled in the wealth gathered from tho has 2511455 inhabitants The Duchess A Dno rain last night which was very burg 76 Monicn and A llose Distilled Ask Drury it Dennett for prices on any York will havo about a half million who is reported to bo very ill great writers and artists that before the Oulda 77 Afternoon and other Sketckes Chirles Dickens thing in their lino nnd they will surprise much needed Miss Ettn Gerklns is homo from Louis-Â¬ 78 Master Hun phreys Clock mote than that numberand thus become Realistic School made sunny France Miss J D Patterson leaves today for 70 llie Witchiiig Hour and other stories The you They claim no other llrm shall Horn to tho wife of Ed Thomas Davis- Â¬ ville Ducheisr a beacon light among tho nations This the second city in tho world in point of Hawesvillo to beat her post of duty 8t A Great Heiress It B Krsncllon on n Democrat undersell them Miss lVnrlo Withers has reluned from year wo havo gono to that Sea girt Isle population The during tho teachers examination bi That Iaiit llthersal and othr stories Ducheis A pious and idiotic expresss agent at Eli Fisher wns the guest of his parents West Point Owen Knsey Miss Stella laul II L by the sea and enriched ourselves with Mr and Mrs Jns Morrison and chil- Â¬ Rj Uncle Jack Walter llrsant of a Milk Mald Smith Miss Maggio Paul G Kasey and last Saturday nnd Sunday 8tIheKftinantlcAdcntutes The Compressor is being remodeled treasures drawn from history and litera- Â¬ Havre do Grace Md detained some dren Lila and Nina visited her parents T Hardy Miss Shumate spent the Ith at Sulphur ture We first took up the threads of homing pigeons owned in New Haven Mr and Mrs Spurrier of Eattiavillo Walter llesant Miss Peg Griswold of Louisville is a into a fire proof brick building 84 A Ulotious Fortune Annie ITiotnas 8c She Ived Him Conn because he thought they would Springs Owen wns delimited guest of Miss Jenuie Green Ik Harwood Will Stith and family of Vine Grove history and saw the character of the J O Hooker aud family Mrs E N 86 One False ofHotn Fair JKinile Uaboriau Marriage W 87 rromies nation manifested through its action violate the sanctity of tlio Sabbath by Tho names of tho Democratic party Everybody come to tho big meeting arc visiting W II Stith nnd wife K ion and Mrs Jim Haynes of 68 jre Finds the Way Waller llesant andjames flying on Sunday We renewed our school days for president suit nil of tho free silver beginning tlio Third Sunday Kke We failed to learn the name of Miss 80 The Captains Daughter From the Russian of The revenues so far collectod under Hesville attended tho funeral Thursfor the various actors in tho great Democrats nnd seem to ho well spoken lushkln Smith Quertumous expects his wife Ettn Gerkins gueHtfrora the city In the state of drama enacted on its stage and with the Itaincs liquor tax law of by the third jarty in this section 90 For Himsell Alone T W Speight I1i DucicDiamo nd mid children home this week lllatherickwsr Sinco tho heavy rains havo mado tho 01 Tho Starling Mrs W B Withers is one of the broader views and riper Judgment were New York amount to 4701074 in New Norman Macleod D D r 91 Dr Walker failing to tako the onth of Quito n crowd went from hero to tho luarders at Sulphur Wells Doe Dun York city 2075710 in Brooklln and ground too wet to work the good citi- 04 Captain JfrtonaJJlary Floretwc Marryat enabled to distinguish the true from ollini for Bchool trustee in tlio llmo pro Â¬ Her Centle Deeds Sarah Tytler picnic at Short creek Saturday The total sum zens of this community are woVking the 94 Moonshine and Mariruerltes The Duchess Claud Withers was the guest of Miss tho false facts from Action in the re- Â¬ 750282 in Buffalo 95 scribed by law Henry Cox wns appoint- Â¬ ooNoThnroughtire Wilkie Collins and Charles road Mi68 Ida Edwards Messrs Marshall Florence Ditto of West Point Sunday cording of events Its literature next collected in the state will reach 10500 Dickens ed in his place nnd has been sworn in Charles Dickens 97 The Hauued Man nnd John Morris are guests at Colonel Mr and Mrs Ed Bivinp Mr and Mrs claimed our attention nnd from Chaucer 000 The number of places where liquor Dr J It Dink of West Point was the Hie Duchess 98 Fortune Wheel Peyton Smith mail contractor from Greens is sold in New York city has been reduc- Â¬ Tom Stout and sister Miss Hettie at- Â¬ 99 Loves Random Shot Wilkie Collins guest of Miss Mollio Withers Saturday to Tennyson we have read with delight April Dav lhilinpa Custer to Irvington will havo a brand all the wealth of poesy and fiction so ed over 2000 but there are still 7000 of tended the barbecue at Knottsville Sat- Â¬ leu An Make iiane nrlieve lrlttie1 Iehion Misses Edna nnd Dertba Wllsou of ove 101 Little f urieon now wagon on the road in tho next ton 101 Kound tle iallev f iro W Clark Kusse I urday lavishly poured forth And companion them Mrs Fred Key entertained Thursday Hokert lluchanan 103 The New Akelard days and expects the patronage along his Louisville nre the expected guests of The United States Treasury official Florence Miss Mary Peyton Miss Florence Buck sp6nt Friday io Old Contrairy and other stories evening in honor of Miss Emma With ship with such great minds as Carlysle Marryat line and he should have it and Husk in have deepened and widened statement shows that tho receipts from night with Mrs A G Wright Miss 105 Pita Lady Margaret Maiendie Misses Mary Peyton and Mary Moor- Â¬ ers William JJ Denrd son of Win D looThe Midnlht bun Kredrika Ilremer our views of the great social problems of all sources for the fiscal year 1800 ap Florence says she is still partial to man of Glendeane anticipate a visit to Mrs Alexander 107 Valeries Fate Misses Emma and Maud Withers en Â¬ Denrd wns enlisted in tho U S army nt and the expen- Flowers 108 At the Worlds Mercy tho day that aro pulsing and throbbing proxiraato320500000 F Warden Dowloyvillo nnd G tut on soon j Manvllie 1enn tertained Tuesday evening in honor of in tho great heart of 109 I he llosery Folic tauisvlHu Ky ten orllfteen days since humanity Leaving ditures for tho like period 352000000 Mr and Mrs Jo B Yickers of Hart- Â¬ 10 AS Near and Yet So Far Alison Mrs Charlie Fisher little daughter their guests from tho city Ho sent to I ort Niagara N Y writes Husbands Story literature wo havo turned to nstronomv making the fiscal year 25500000 For ford arrived today to spend a few days 111 The Fisher Village Anne Ileale lis An Old homo to a friend that he went fishing Nellie nnd Mrs Springato wero the Mrs Nellio Long Mrs W F Ger Â¬ and learned of tho great and recent dis- - 1895 the deficit was 42000000 and for 13 Mans Love Anthony J rnllone Hull nnd got so sen sick thnt ho thought sure guests of Mrs M W Stone one day last klns and Mrs W II Smith spent Wed Â¬ coveries in that branch of science And 1894 70000000 so that tho deficit for in tbo village the guests of G H 114 John Pictureand His Island Max OKtll and Jack of All Trades 115 Hie Charles Vickers and family he was dying ou nnother trip they took week nesday with II N Withers Keade as to our minds were unfolded the great the past three years aggregates 137 Mrs Rice of Whitesville and Mr and 16 The Ghost of Charlotte Cray Elorcnce Mar Little Misses May Demster Airry llob him over into Canada Send him your Mrs Jennie Dowldin and daughter secret of those brilliant orbs that flash In 600 000 ryat paper for onn year Jlobo Nell pays ertson nnd Eva Owen of Glendeane wero Anna May of Louisville are visiting the blue arch abovo us and wo reflected The Itav James B Dunn formerly Mrsa Lon Sallye of Breckenridge coun- Â¬ 117 Readiana Comments on Current Events C Reade the guests of Misses Lizzie Fisher last tlio family of W W Withers the bill that they had witnessed all the uphoav state president of the Massachusetts A ty were called to the bedside of Mrs 118 Lady Clare or The Master of the Forces G Ohnet Nora Lain last week f I riday Charles Reade 119 I ove und Money Ono of the saddest events of the sea Â¬ als and changes in nations and in peoples P A and secretary of the national ad- Â¬ Iso Miss Tommy Miss Muiock Mrs Mary Newton and daughter Why suffer with Coughs Colds nnd On Friday night before tho first Sun son was tho departure of Misses Mollio ami still held The even tenor of their visory board declares that tho A P A iji The House on the Marsh K WaHen 1 JiGrippo when Laxative Buomo Quikink I day in August a Chinese minister will and Katie Withers Wednesday for a way unchanged since tho creation we jvill not support McKinley He nays Nettie and Mr and Mrs Willie Huff las A he Dauithierol the htars Hugh Conway Sinless Secret Rita vis- Â¬ uj will euro you in one dny Does not pro Â¬ deliver n lecture nt tho Falls of Hough visit in were awed at the immensity of Goda that within twenty four hours after nnd two children Oscar and Nonie The Amason Carl Vosmaer Breckenridge county They are IS4 Adeline Sereent duce tho ringing in the head liko Sul church He is a real Chinaman and very beautiful havo many accomplish- Â¬ wisdom and omnipotence and recognized giving a committee of tho order to tin ited near Hawesville last Saturday and i5 lkiyond Itccall Irench Dctectise iioliedouche u Foitune Du phato of Quinine Put up in tablets con- there should be a crowded homo to hear ments and will bo greatly 9erutand that he was in sympathy with Sunday lioisgouey missed in what a puny thing is mortal man is The W ater Rabies Hev Chas venient for taking Guaranteed to euro him Threshing wheat and oata is the order 118 The Soulkern Star Jules Veme Kingsley In each and every departmental have the A P A principles Mr McKinley society Quite a number ot friends Eyres Acquittfl II Mathers or money refunded Price 25 Cents wero their guests the evening before boon enthusiastic workers ever ready retracted and gave it out publicly of the day Crops very short If one Ij Mlis Milne aud I Helen author of A iYellow 130 lly My mother my wife nnd myself use For sale by A It Fisher Aster essay and review to add to the Uirough the press that he had seen no has a yield of 125 bushels of wheat he with thoy departed Vashtiund Chamberlains Cough Itemedy whenever representatives of the A P A general fund of good thinks he is in the fight to have biscuits 131 Letters Hster lly the wrltor of Relics A Conan Doyle 13a lie load Ike f lly troubled with n cough or cold It is the Senator Tillmans daughter and two next winter In Novembor wo will take up Ameri WOLF CREEK Conan Doyle medicine of our homo I do not know ign oliliefour can year when renewed enthusiasm other persons one ol them an Episcopa- Â¬ J4 A Capt Clark Mrs Harmon Mr and 135 Ihe Ilerrof Llnno RobertConan Dayle NERVOUS DESPONDENT Ihe lluchanan how we could do without it We feel will be manifested as patriotism and na lian minister were killed by lightening Mrs Payton and daughter Nola Mrs P 136 Trrunre Man J Robert Ioul Stevenson Ben Willetle Has the School J B Flan that it is nn indispensable article Tho 137 TaeKllcklt Mialter S It Crockett n North Carolina WEAK DISEASED MEN tioual pride will be motives to urge ua M RIgdon and Misa Maud Marlow of 138 The Suicide flub Robert Louts Stevenson nery Is Visiting His Old Home peojde in this vicinity too nre beginning Merry Men on and wo hope to gather in our ranks 139 Robert Lauli Havo tried others but liko Ayers 1aUsville were in attendance at the 140 J of Olio It L Stevenson Stevenson Curos Guarantood or No Pay ll lure to lenrn of the merits ot this excellent Other Interesting Notes others who aro equally proud of the best is the statement 141 The MUadrenturej of Join KlchoUjon funeral Thursday Hobeit made over and medicine I never loso an opportunity luis btevenson YOUNG or iHrVDl K AOEl MKV Yon honor of being an American Mrs A G Wright after an Illness of M over again by those who testify to the Rotr ouh Stevenson mar liava boon the victim ot Belt Atone to testify to its viduo for it has saved Jil The SlhrrtdaiV 143 And now as wo near the close of the benefit derlvod from wlieiuoung latter Kx eaea or epoenro Some talk here of a trip to the Wyan saaatlen Robert L Stevenson tho use of Ayers eovornl weeks was taken worse yester-Â¬ Ui lrto blood llciea may have completed the many a doctors bill In my family W S - It- - U Stevenson m1 r session of 00 1 think it meet thpt dote Cave Yon fool I ho symptoms stealing work Sarsaparilla Disease never had a great day She will be taken to Cannelton 47 Sheswonderful orld to Me Hull Cain Musscr proprietor of tho Mutser House Sly Wifa ovor jou You il ruil ike atom result Mare Corelil should extend to you my thanks and ap er enemy than this poworf nl Mrs Will Perklser visited MIbb Mary You know sou uronota man mentally and 40 blood purl Saturday for medical treatment God I4Q The Dynamitersir intnony Hope Miijoi Wlllhoim Pa This remedy is famous fexDally why not bo cure l In time and preciation for the great honor conferred tier icooert Louis buvenfon 1 O wings lost week speed her recovery It makes the weak strong jo i11oieon wnist nvolil the Mui ezivrlenre of other wreoki for its cures ot bad colds Try it and you upon me in raising me to the dignity ol nn laocues Anthony Hoie O of thnw illxmni Unr NEW METHOD a Owing to the heavy rain which fell Miss tana Kelly is home from I ml too will recommend It to your friends THKATUKNT WILL CUItK OU AVIKU is i ine hock or the live T C DeLcori President of the Circle Some are born A New Use for Old Booti Auld Llchi Idvlli I M ALL KLHE VA1LU here the second Sunday the Childrens visiting her parents For sale by A U Fisher druggist Z a w- - r great somo achieve greatness and others M The following story is told of an Amor Hay exercises at the Cumberland Pres iji When w- Mansinrurus J I MM llarrle Emissions Varicocele and a Single Every body hnd a pleasant day at Pen Ilarrt have greatness thrust upon Ibenvj and ican millionaires widow who was noted terian Ilia lenl of Oliver Sargent EdKar Junes miss church at Hayneaville were post Â¬ IS J ady Nico Ine bodys mill on tho 1th 157 J JI liar the last is my unique position for most for the magnificence of her Jewelry At poned Syphilis Cured What a Woman Can Do until Hie third Sunday night of Hen Willettoand wife spent sundny honorable indeed is the part td which a certain ball noticing that a friend of this month ira I Tie Story c I an Afncnn Farm Ralph Iron Last week I cleared after paying all W U H1UXS WM UILMU Dreams Ralph Iron Olive Schrh er with N D Tobln nnd family you have elevated me that of presiding hers was admiring her diamonds she expenses JM5585 the month previous Tho following young folks attended 161 Klnnapped R I Stevenion over a oauu wnose motto is Lux Venta Miss Sue Owings has been having chills asked 2ti0 nnd have at the same time attended the musical entertainment at Sam 6lhRberiBaa3lvirJria and whose aim Is to expand and ennoble for quite a while but last report is well to other duties I bolieve any energetic A Conan Doric I seo that you are admiring this Haynes of Horbert the first Saturday l6jTlreMysterofClomber ft Wl Q U k the heart whilst enriching the mind broach pointing to the rich Jewel which night JfiX1 a Wordly Woman Mr Miss Kntio Mattingly is expected hero person can do equally ns well as I have Messrs Wavey and Walter Mar wjTA1vlon1oneIik- - KI Stvenson with treasures ot knowledge To wear adorned her throat 100 low John Mercer Misses Mary Mercer booh to visit her sister Mrs J S Ow- Â¬ bad very little experience The Dish Husband lly Author of Los the insignia of such an ofllce la indeed Yes he replied I certainly do ad Bertha Marlow Eflie Phillips and ye 6 The Captain ol the Washer Is just lovely and every family ings lole Star K A Conia honor most high and the Beal of your mire it and still moro the wearer Doyle humble scribe OhKheiunwe all had 168 The licture of DrotherNile u Sanctified Baptist divine wants one which makes selling very Dorian Grav Oscar Wildef preference shall set on my heart as a But dont you think she said that and especially coming home through the 109 L Abbe Consiamiu will begin a meeting in the Methodist easy I do no canvassing People hear ludoik llulevy token of deepest friendship and serve If lam an adventurous person to travel 170 Sport Koyal Anthony J I about the Dish Washer and come or send dark in the old jolt wagon church Sunday After Treatment BofnrvTrMitmnt 171 Jeems by Uxar Wilde possible to intensify the deep attach unattended aa I am with so much Jew- Â¬ tor ono It Is Btrange that a good cheap i iMTsui ine IK Marvel r Af th ien of 13 1 romrornceil to rnln J U Flonnery who has been in Pal Dish nient that binds me to you in bonds of elry about my person Street r hm Hi 1 tor on iu GNU Of THIS Arthur JIoTrhU Washer has never before been put iJ4lTi Dark House U Manillle Fena blood iYV Crlraploil Rirloin nnd lIaio oXlne III for sometime is here visit- Â¬ love And now that I step down and -The gentleman assented and she on the market The Mound City Dish bVrillllH 1 niu vrok ntrtuui 170 Lord Lisle sDauehiar ing his parents t dtuinilAjit p in Iv iuniirn eM bone n i out permit me to thank you from my added Washer fills this bill With it you can ilctr Imlr Iinm ore tnn I and lin llV iitw Mines - oWrt llucUiian Mies Edna Tobin and little neice Net inmost heart lor your loyal acqule seaee was inoulliuriil in urine Wiriroovle wash and dry the dishes for a family of Ill tell you how I manago it When IIltIderlUiard a wreck I unit In Hi etaan when a to my measures and the cordial support IJt ei ltier Iocc br - Her rfnsiYI ft JV aa lie Drown from Ekron visited little ten in two minutes without wetting your T l trioml rfviitmnilel Dra Knunixlj Am oSSSK I have ever reeei ved from you al itay I go to bed at night I put my dear old TWO 25CEHT HOVELS FREE TO 5 US4 Alpnonse Daudct A iltiiuintlifrtloolort had failed KrKun SlPRf0 Owings mondny Eisio hands As soon as people seo tho Wash Â¬ ur- - ncnnelr A Heron the beautiful comradahip which we have dead husbands boots outside my cham- Â¬ In cnnim nio r Ansieyilope EACH SUBSCRIBER 183 A Man of Mark rurod their New lo In n km wouk Anthony all enjoped grow and expand with eaen ber door and they afford mo protection Mrs Chnnk nnd her lovely daughters er work thoy want one You can make Mrlhod 1 rut men t IwouMwarn litillar Cothorpe Grange A C revolving year anl may our friendship against robbery aad Intrusion Ixiwn Uo iIWini ed moil of Medical Krone nnd Miss Ilattie of Louisville aro visit- Â¬ more monoy and make it quicker than 18 ACaseofldenty Tint urq reliable nonet anil aklllfal be as deathless and undying as are our A Conan Doyle ALL NEW AND FRESH ing Mrs D 8 Itichardsoii W M MILLER with any household nrtlclo on tho mar- Â¬ pliyticlan Murderer A Conan Dople uopes or a reunion m me great Hereafter ii fll friend the Bfhag jeroia K S ilf S ket I feel convinced that any lady or CONSULTATION FREE I SidEldoris expectlug his daughter Julia Grximwooij tdmono LepJellr U n - Tr VVc trout mul cure Yarlce To those Beading 00 to this ofllco wo Mis s Susie homo from Ilardinsburg gentleman can make from 10 to tU per Irvington Ky c lv etytittin KihUmIohh 78 AeWME KN0WLEME 0 A Conan Doyle day around home You can get full par- Â¬ iU t ti icture NrrvouH Uc will send poet paid Tub Bbickknbidik VMWC GHMMettH where sho lias been attending school HJlchrt ai r1- - A touan ttillty Viiiiitturnt Iiclinrie I o li Some time aluee I was engaged la ieV TRUTH Nkws tor one year and two 25 cent ijaMineOnPeopl Klcltivy una IllutTUer Ole n Willetto liai the school at this ticulars by addressing Tho Mound City ltudyard Kinlin VUMVH handling lime and it injured ay eyts Dish Washer Co St Louis Mo They NoYh selected from the lito 200 books 191 XI he Couiltng of D nah Sbadd R k1bW 19 K001 leacnor ana we siwas Revenge II Hi onErfttutUl 17 YEARS IN OHIO I was induced by our druggist here Mr which is published in tljia column by bolng so fortu- - help you tret started then you ran make ireSuriie in ofWill U Hlder llTaTIrd fljva rewM tansy jr to J K Allan to try your Sutherlands Gasier FelL A Comhi Dovle 200000 CURED A L 0 monoy awful fast To those sending two dollars wo will iVtlr Careful personal luMmettooi blgh moral the B nni Brier IWc J Tin cure N Iny Write far standard thorowtj Banutel discipline Eagle Eye Salve and will say it cured ThoMlBfiesAieu Hotlks sead port paid Tub BrkcknBbob lyS felll Imp Robert lajul SsevJJIssr iucHtlii nlHiik for lieMe CJrrltlB bona training feaaillur awl 197 American bot- HnokM attended the party The oaglo the king of all birds is me in a very short time aad oar Mtlle healthlul oouutrr location 17 nillna fnn Trltliiiit free Naws and fifteen Twenty flyecentboeka lo Under Ihe Notes Kudyuad KlfW Deodars Htidiaid fLsisssr i otiHuitHtloii J outattlle Km hamboaw armada combo r girl was suffering with sere eyes and We noted or Its keen sight clear and distinct JW A iu Looking GU were tho gThh proposition hold good with now awThaLorsicanfimhers AUarwSr reouw u pupils and uiu l5u Dssaws Ideaiwd atoau aud cm tBtougboui MM used it on her eyes aad itemed hen Wa itcioYorporvtalon So are those persons who use Bubscrbeis Or with renewal when Up Olduu Read the K0f0sj4o- - liftJU jw N W POURTII ST consider it the best eye salve oh earjh 80guvHkuoW l rwwiwHjUsi n mfc aw goou subscription U paid up in lull andose real 1 Bounds Eagle Eye Salvo for weak in t Wwmeila i wt svkkwe all oKlera io lain woekB p P I I - Utny kind or granulated lids t Yeuta truly I McCowas OHIO CINCINNATI year ia advance l Woma Is in JNO 0 IAIIA1E Proprietor Burkavllie Jy Hotel I Theee books are printed trow new type otoyiniWRT icy Yoa KlckocrnU Who Are Threaten ing- - the Chicago Nominees with Wall Street McKiuloylsm Breckenridge News THIS I A Koiume A careful peiusai of tho leading papers and lUBgaztnca of the day will convince oven tho moat skeptical that woman la coming to tho front and her Influence is pmmmm DOCTOR Jlckefs rrz on good pnpor ami are bouiit in liar I l They pre ml itomo paper i overfiJ ovor tlio country at 25 cento each iW we havo made sucn nrrangemonia with the publisher that no can fiimlidY ilietli lo our trmlerrr nl ID ceuln Mingle or any Thin pro dozen for 100 puj jultl lio licmriU if those position is made d Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 1 d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - hero-worsh- ip Â¬ 11 Â¬ 1 1 1 -- Â¬ li 11 111 f C rfPfefc S7R IT r 1 w- - v I COOKS FREE lt T 1 01- 1 Your Son Will Learn Gordon School bu0i 0r o- rAm 1 free tnX a5Raisitf2rW4 iu iP5 fi frmAhi V - m THE BREGKENRIDGE Awarded NEVWS Highest Honors Worlds Fair PERSONAL Hoy Htvier went to OweniWo lait week flea Or ah am of Ekron ipent Sunday bert Iiflgan Ple H ardlrjitmrg In town Mon Â¬ day Hugh Atklnion HenJerioo wai here Bun- - PRESTON Chris Brsiliear Is Dead Lliy Avltt Wil Teach the School Big Meed g at naymond Aug Oth Mis Eliztbotli Graham Id ns quiet sick at this writing Miss Kllnha Youtsler of Paynesville was here last UVdnestlty IbV SliBcklelt began a protracted Visitors BRANDENBURG fWtt CREAM iu From Columbus Ohio -- Gone to Hot Springs ADance On the GLOYRRPORT KY Tutts Pills Cure All Only a Breath Of Steamer Tarascon 1 D Monday llratbear returned from Oweaiboro - Jo Mcliuhee vacation MIbh Buttle is at homo or his annual Liver Ills0 For thirty years Tutts Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid Are truly the sick mans friend Dampness Rub lion Davll II Mar ay went to Owemboro Saturday VT Chtrkson is hero lo see Tried Friends Best A Known Fact BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Monday MIm Forrle llardtn of Holt wai tn the olty Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free iom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge X News 22 1890 Owen Keyi of Lodilurg wai In the elty yeiterilay MlnEula Miller HardlniWf l t the Tar Bjirlngi Mr Jnn II Cureton of Oreniboro wai hero Sunday A X Klnoheloe Hardlniburg wai In the city last week Mill Salllo Danleli hai accepted the ichool at lleesh Grove Mlai Hallle Moorman of Olendeane ll at tbo Tar Sprlngi Walter Majr and ilit r Mln Era are visit Â¬ ing In Owemboro mcellugat Payncsvlllo last Saturday was burled in tho Union Star ceim tcry Thero will boa plculc at PayiiM vllle July 25th and one at Andyvllie Aug Two of AVarron Prathers children bavo bcun very ill but are now improv- Â¬ 0 II Ilrashear rxplred recently and lt WEDNESDAY JULY LOCAL BREVITIES Pop gingur ulu Frank Sclfried H Ij Stader Ice 0 eeuta ahuudred Rolls undo whon ordered from ltvldol Co N 8 tury Fresh candles fried Oranges Sclieror Iifl tlie wonderof the lumous lfHh cenSei Â¬ at Frank I bnnanna and lemons und brick cheese II Iimberger Frank tidied hV NKI is for salo by JnoDBabbage i L Cloverport Lunches and nioala at all hours L II Sclieror Picnics at Webster and West View next Saturday Meals will lo served al all hours at loh a Muldoous Hot bread overy day to your bouse Co from llcldel Wanted A good bouse girl Apply at L II Scherers Gasoline the very best quality for sale at the news oflice Have just received a fresh line of candy L II Sclieror You can got a good lunch for 10 and 15 cents at John Muldoons Ico delivered at your door for 30 cents a hundred II L Stader People lrom almost every wliere were at the Tar Springs Sunday Lightning killed nine head of sheep tot Ferd MeGheo last week Send your order to Jno 1 Babbage Cloverport Ky for N S I Co are headquarters for Gregory paints and oils pure and cheap Just gaze on tbo now carriago that Dr AdkiBson boa lately purchased When you conio to town go and get a teu cent lunch at L II Echerers The womans Foreign Missionary a Mvjclcan at Laredo Bread delivered every day to your bouse Thirty loaves for 1 0 II Mill Nellie Slmom will teach the fall lohool at lloberta bottom Mn Dr Long of Loutirille Ii vliltlng her mother Mn Minor Mn W Q Darreli of Loulivllle It vliltlng her mother Mn Iturki Mn Marlon Hyan of Louliville Ii the guest of relative in tbo city Sam Ulx of Roberta Bottom wai In the city on buiineu lait Saturday Mailer Ode Young of Morgartfeld Ii vlilt lng hli aliter Mn 0 IlSkillman Mln Klla Mostlev of Btepheniport attend ad the Sunday School Convention Mra K K Oliver of Howling Ireen Ii vli Â¬ ltlng her aliter Mra W D Kutledge Mln EOle Bradley and little nephew Wal Â¬ ter Bradley are vliltlng relatives here Miss Florence Lewis ipentSunday the gueit of the Mines Oreonwood in the county Menrs Morgan and John Lawion if Lou isville are visiting relatival In this oity Alex McOIl of Spring Lick Ky ia the guest of Mr and Mn James M Lewis Mastera June and James Furrow Kirk are In the city visiting relatives and friends Quite a party of ladles and gentlemen of Patesvlllo spent Sunday at tba Tar Spring Louli Burns of Henderson formerly an employee at the ihopi was In the city las reek Or II N Baiham passed through the city yesterday enrouto to his home tn Davjess Â¬ county Mailer Jesse last Wednesday Holder Bohler went to Owensboro to visit hli brother Oscar Mill Hallle Hawkins of Ultes Run was tho guest of her sister Mrs Ru siell Hawkins last week Mr and Mrs Frank McOary of Klrk spent Saturday and Sunday with her lister Mrs Tbos Lewis Mr E Crosson of Union Star was the ueit of hli ion Clayton Cronon several ays last week The celebrated Tar and White Sulphur Springs hai been quite an attractive place for the past week or eu Miiies Minnie Kelgler Louisville who has been visiting her uncle Chris Swaggott re Â¬ turned home yesterday Miss Lutls Moorman who baa been at the Tar Springs for sometime returned to Olen Â¬ deane her borne Sunday Mines 11 it tie Moorman and Eula Miller of Tar Spring came in Monday night to attend Frenchs New Sensation Mr and Mrs Robt French and son Emeary of Union Star were tho guests of her brother Clayton Crosson lest week Miss Pearl Benbam of Big Bend came down yesterday enroute to Greenville to visit her cousin Miss Maude Rice Judge DeUavenThes L Wroe Wd Smart Win Vest and J II Wills attended Court at Hawesvllloj Monday JR x I Bayard Taylor Christney Ind Miss Allle Frayser and Mr R D Powers of Owenshrowere the guests of Walter Smart for a fow hours Saturday night Co Keidel Mr and Mn Geo Fetter of Louisville ac Â¬ companied by Claudio Carlile came up Tuesday and several weeki Miss Nellie Burks are spending at Tathum Springs spent tbo day with his parents Mr and James B Oormly after several days visit Mrs George Carlile to his friend L T field returned to bis home Coffee sugar bacon ihur canned at Bueyrus Ohio Friday evening Mn Alfred Oelse and son Waltor who left goods and anything else in the grocery last Thunday to visit relative In Ohio coun- Â¬ lino L II Scherer ty returned home yeiterday morning will One dollars worth of N S I Mn Pamolla Bryant and her two 10m worm an acre of tobacco and one hand John and Abe of Jolly Station were vliltlng her iliter Mn Jamei Meador last week can do it in an hours time Mr and Mrs Wm Morton and tbetr little niece Veva Batt of Hook Lick wore vliltlng Some onewho bos a good merchandising business and wants to sell out would relative In this city Sunday and Monday Mr V Q Babbage wife and Mrs Robt do well to write 0 P Vititoeltome Ind McOlothlan Hardlniburg came down Thurs IU Rev Win Geo McOloBky will give day to attend the Bunday School Convention Miss Mary Ryan spent a few daya in Out Confirmation at Mt Merino July 21 at ton last week and accompanied by a Paynesville July 110 at St Theresas of trlendi took In the plenio at Ekron number Saturday Jnly 31 t A GenI Dr G W Briggs of Owensboro will cbanlo F SuptFerry M McCracken Master Me of the Texas were the J lecturo iu the Elm street Methodist guests of Road Master R N Hudson last Church next Friday night Atlmlsson Sunday Yewell Kasklni of Owensboio lesder of 23 and 10 cents Frenchs New 8eniatlon band itopped off a Mrs George Carlile left Saturday on few houri and was the gueit of Mr and Mrs tbo II oclock train forOweneboro to bo Thos Bohler Mlnei Janle Megee Verialllea j Clara Bur Â¬ absent a week the guest of her son nett Shelbyvllle and Franoes Neff Winches- Â¬ Claudio Carlile ter will arrive this morning and will be the There was a largo crowd in attendance guests of Mln Ethel Oelie J B Hamblcton and family who have at tbo picnic at Ekron last Saturday been vliltlng hti aunt Mn Mollie Hamble The Hon D It Murray and Mr J A ton for several weeki returned to their home In Henderion last Wedneiday Arnold were the orators of the day Mn W R Moorman of Han An old fasbloned barbecue at Steph deane James Withers and childrenchildren of wife and ensport next Saturday The managers mra are among tne late arrival at the Tar are making every preparation or a big Springs who will spend some few weeks there crowd and you will be royally entertain CHRIS BRASHEAR IS DEAO ed if ou attend The carpenters work on Mrs Cunning- Â¬ He Passed Away at Hit Old Heme Near hams now residence on Elm street is Preston This Cously Mon- Â¬ nearly completed The plasterers aro day July 13 Ed Whitehead and John now at work Shouso bavo the contract Cecil Oelzs son of Powell Oelzs died Pkhbton Ky July 21 18U0 0 II at bis homo in Troy Ind last Friday of Brashear a well known sawyer and ma- Â¬ tumor in the right sldo He was a chinist of tbis county died at his old nephew of II A and A L Oelzj of this home now the residence of AV M Fry city and bis father is well known in tbis mire Preston Ky July 10 county He was a son of Mr and Mrs Thos The young ladles of the Elm Street Brashear who preceded him only one Methodist church bavo organized a par Â¬ year to the grave He was born Novem- Â¬ sonage Society v fb Miss Maggie Dow Â¬ ber 10 1851 He bad two severe attacks Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ day from a three weeks visit to their undo Myrtle and Nannie Taylor returned yester Â¬ ing Henry Cowley a bright young tpacher from Sandy Hill was in this vicinity last week Mips Rebecca Owings will teach the school at Raymond Miss Owing comes well rect mmonded as a first class teacher Mrs Alex Hendry was tho lucky guettier on tbo bean jar at Payutsvillc and consequently is now the pioud pos sessor of a lovely toilet set The series of meetings to bo bold at Raymond beglning Aug 8th We wore mlutaken as to tlie date in our last letter Rev Hunt ot Stepbenspdrt will assist in tho meetings Miss Lily Avilt will teach our Fcliool opening tbo first Monday in August Miss Lily will bo gladly welcomed to this neighborhood and will no doubt teach tn an excellent school Tho concert to bo given at Sandy Hill on tho 23rd proml cs to bo of inoro than ordinary interest The young people who are in charge of the management are well known for their intellect and worth and the people should support them in their worthy enterprise All tho teachers ot our vicinity will beat Hardinsburg next week in attendance at tbo Institute May they return exhilarated rejuverated and enthused for their coming work Mr Vriskell particularly desires tho Trustees of the county to attend on Wednesday Mrs Grinnell graces the local column Messenger will of the llrandenburg iottings from her pen which aro brimful She very of interest to the readers plainly demonstrates the fact that womau is the weaker vessel only as regards strength of muscle and not of intellect and that she can successfully compete with the stronger bsx in journalism We visited the studio of Hutchinson Brown the artists now located at Paynesville uot loug since and found them quiet busy photographing several pretty girls We did not bavo our pictures took as Oliver did not bavo bis fi jilt Â¬ ing clothes on but will return shortly if they arnt afraid of breaking tboir ma- Â¬ chine in tho undertaking Died Mr John Lewis near Stephens- port on the 10th inst of flux Mr Lewis bad boen confined to bis bod for a period of seven weeks and all that could be done for his relief by the best pby siclansof tho county was done But neither careful nursing by his devoted wife nor tbo efforts of bis friends as the and physician could avail Lord had neod ot him up higher and called his own to him Mr Lewis had lived between tbis placo and Paynesyille for a number of years prior to biaromov al to the bottom And no man ever lived in tbis section of the country who was inoro worthy of tho love conildenco and esteem of bis neighbors than Unclu John He was a friend to all and the better be was known tho more bo was loved bis home boing a haven of hospi- Â¬ His heart broken tality and welcome wife and adopted daughter who were so dear to him and whom he regretted so much to leave withoutan earthly protec- Â¬ tor have the sympathy of all in their loss Human consolation is poor indeed but the Heavenly Father will console where we can but fail Father Schnit conducted the funeral services in the presence of a large number of relatives aud friends and consigned the remains to the tomb to await tlie resurrection Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rflntlves Mrs IkeOAlnvs Hpent several days of last week here Mrs B A Young Is vlalting Mrs Blanche Fontaine Mlso Nannie McQelinc ol Irvington Is visiting Miss Minute McUeheo Mrs Oiborne and Miss Neliiu Senders left Tuesday And wo miss them Mr Geo Yeakel came down last Sal urday to nee her daughter Kloic G 11 and Chss Casperke Jr have gone lo Hot Springs for a sojourn Miss Barbara Shacklett and uiecS Miss Ott Hamilton are visiting in Big Bend I M Just a Little -- TUTTS Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE FELL INTO A CISTERN Mr Charles For bilious headache dyspepsia sourstomach malariaconstipa tion and all kindred diseases mirror like brightness not soil tho hands Aud the turnlsh disnpiioars as if by migtcloaving a trail of Does not Bcratcli Tho blacker it gul tilwnyH ready for use Doce tho brighter it polishes r Mw Yanda Carson nier president Secretary and Miss lllrtba Mattlngly Treaeurer Mrs Mollie Jolly died of brain fever at the borne of her parents Mr and Mrs It 0 Cox In Union Star last Tuesday the Hth Inst She was burled ia the JJnion Star cometery and her remains were followed to the grave by a large concourse of relatives and friends who joined Ne bereaved family In lament lug they loss ThefoUowlag children went to first holy ctlurounlo at the Catliello church Payneille Itav KBglebert Smith paster Julia Beaelt Ansa Htowb JUWrtlJkuck Paul Bullock Angaria Baltec Mary Cbiam Marxarette Dar W Buba Greeswell Peter LogoJen Mary Igedos Mary tlke Keasedy iarr Warren J Sa4s Ahm wl PeknlU Henry ftptkea pt la grippe during the past winter which e fleeted bis dungs and resulted In con ramptien He suffered intensely but without a murmur he bore It all trust Ing and rejeJeing in a Saviors love He died perfectly resigned to Gods will and with a bright hope of Heaven Ilia remain were followed by a large number of frjestle to Union Star ceme tery where the fuaefal Mrvleea were eoleed by Rev Wm H Engllshwbo so kindly visited him dwtog bis sick Â¬ neest Hey as a kM ejiver as a wwmu aa Under a aa gentle a WWa and bmd by ajtawtM knew hlw Hie trieadalatlefttWi eWee eatem teart-tell synfHttyt f MMlrewevtM felaMvea of km Duncan and C M Nevilt went to Leavenworth Saturday night Uou der why Mr Chnrltn Klder a well known farm hltud Mrs Will Miss Lida Jlnjncn er residing near this city met with a week and attended the Kck Brown last thrilling ami dangerous experience Inst rou picnic week Tlie little Misses Powell of Kkron He was visiting relatives In the neighspent last week with their aunts Mrs borhood of Clieuault about tu en ty miles Blan 1 and Mrs Wells up the river from hero He was at tho The PopuliBts hold the fort this week home of Samuel Elder his cousin a few and we Bball await anxiously to see vtbat hundred yards from the steamboat laudtheir movements will be ing on Wednesday night intending to Brandenburg continues gay nndtlifru come down home oti the Louisville and it enough on the tapis to keep tint joung Kvansville packet folks on tho go all the time The boat ramo nloug about 2 oclock Mrs Chas Moreman gave Henry Ma Thursday morning and Mr Klder got up tin a party Monday night in honor of and started to the landing It wits very dank nnd ho was not familiar with the Miss Nellie Sanders departure Ho took a by path which led to road sister-in-laMrs Ned Reese and lor Mm Drum4 of near Columbus 0 are wbere a homo had been burned down and the cistern bad carelessly been left visitingMr and Mrs JK Ditto uncovered Thin path lead directly to bo an Achillea in Borne re Â¬ Hill may the cistern and Mr Klder walked into It spects but be falls far short in others falling a distance of fouitecn feet Tho convention proves tbo assertion The cistern contained about onu foot Bertha Stokes will stay a week or two of water and this partially broke tho with ber cousin Miss Ltnnie Moremen forco of the fall though be suflered tho Bertha sings like a bird and dances dislocation of his left shoulder He was beautifully not stunned to unconsciousness by the Wo regret to hear of Prof R P fall and be lu gan calling for help Ills Sbackletts illness Dr Pusey has been culls however were of no avail at this to see him and hopes he may soon bo dead hour of night aud he was obliged to remain down there in darkness waitover the worst Miss Luna Nevitt gavo a large party ing and suffering till C oclock iu tho last Thursday night for the visiting morning three long hours which seemed liko ages before help came to his relief A bandsome supper young people After boing rescued it was not until music and games Friday that Doctors Miluer ol Union A party of us will go out to Sandy Hill of Derby could be tomorrow night to attend tlie literary Star aud Bennette called to attend him Tlioy set tho Our band and musical entertainment injured shoulder and ho en mo down boys will furnish the music homo on the packet Saturday morning A big delegation left here last Sunday Ho is now improving rapidly but he afternoon on tbo Staggs for Leavenworth says he never wants to experiencu the and return The trip li quite the fad horrors of nnother night like that one just now and is quite pleasant He is sixty odd years of age though n Misses Mabol Aylswortb Mary Mc man of health and vigor Farland Annie Richardson and Mrs Crawford were with us to dinner last It May So as Much for Yon woek and we did enjoy the day Mr Fred Miller of Irving 111 writes Elsie Yeakel is beret for a vacation that he had a severo Kidney trouble for from the city She ftdl from a horse many years with sovero pain in his back last week dislocating ber shoulder which and alto that his bladder was aflected interferes with that sweet violin playing Ho tried many so culled Kidney euros Don an 1 Ray Richardson left for homo but without any good result About a last Saturday after boing with us two year ago be began tbo uso of Electric weeks They aro good sweet boys and Bitters and found relief at onco Klec trie Bitters is especially adapted tn cure wo all inifs their bright cheerful pres all Kidnoy and Liver troubles and ence often gives almost instant relief One Mibies Lula Lewis and Eva Carrigan trial will prove our statement Price are at Toronto Canada with Mr and only 60c for largo bottles At Short Mrs Andrew Fairleigh Lula writes Haynes Drug Store that tlie Falls are grand boyond de- Â¬ scription KNOCKED FROM A TRAIN Charlton Ditto has returned home after a stay of two weeks with his sister Thomas Mattlngly a Former Cloverport Charlton is doing Mrs Dr Dowden Boy Is Killed Instantly at Water welt in the city but loves the old stamp Â¬ Valley Miss ing ground Miss Sophia Rbelnlkle spent the past Ou Monday morning a telegram from week with ber aunt Mrs Chas Casperke A friend from tho city was Miss Water Valley Miss conveyed tho sad Sophias guest on Sunday but I failed to news to his mother hero that Thomas Mattlngly was dead catch bis namo A telegram ot inquiry from hero Our clever School Superintendent Mr brought the reply that he would bo W D Ashcraft has invited our party to burled at 10 oclock Tuesday yesterday supper at his mothers on Friday even- Â¬ people here had not beard ttiut bo ing previous to our presence at the en His was sick and bis dealb was still an un- Â¬ tertainment at Sandy Hill solved mystery So yesterday morning Misses Mary M Meador and Myrtle bis brother In faw sent nuothor telegram IRVINGTON Moorman spent last week with Mrs asking information when tho following Frank Carter is on tho sick list Tom Howard The girls made many reply was received Nannie McGee bos bad a pleasant visit friends here hy their cordial gracious Watkk Vaiutv Mlu July al 8A Henry to Weldon manners and they will be welcomed Lewis Cloverport Ky Tom Mattlngly knocked orTirain by water tank Killed imianily Morris Jolly is visiting his grand-lathe- r again Jku MdAKTi ft Co Jolly Jeff The Tarascon lay at the wharf about Thomas Mattlngly was a son of James Lulu Drake a spending sevoral days an hour last Friday night Misses Agues E Mattlngly deceased of this city He at Bewloyville Malin Agnes Worland and Pearle Ditto was a railroader and left hero about five Mrs Fladgo Watben has returned left for Leavenworth About a third of years ago to accept u position as fireman from a lengthy visit to Owensboro the town went down to tbo boat where on the Illinois Central railroad He Mrs Sue Waller and baby boy of Capt Penny very kindly bad the band promoted to tho position of en Â¬ Hopklnsvllleare welcome guests of Mrs to play for those who indulged in the was Boon gineer and he hold It with tho respect John Wimp A card of thanks and confidence of his employers to the poetry of motion Miss Carrie Hall who baa been a guest Is due Capt Penny He married a time of bis death ot Mrs Bennett at Summerseat has left The Hon David R Murray has an Mississippi girl at Water Valley aud she for Chicago nounced himself as a candidate for Con- Â¬ Is left a widow with one child a little Mrs Ed Foote who has spent several gress Mr Murray was warmly advo girl to mourn tho loss of a good kind weeks with Mrs Nannie Henderson cated by this column when the race was husband and father and their tears of has returned to Owensboro on bo ora It is with him now save one sorrow are mingled with thoso of a dear Miss Ellen Watben who has spent issue Mr Murrays opinions are well old grey haired mother and other rela- Â¬ Springfield is now on the past season iu known on the currency question That tives hero a visit to ber old home at Jit Merino be is honest and sincere we could not Dccased with bis young wife and Misses Nora Henderson and Beulab and do not doubt and that he has always child attended the funeral of his father Bennett have returned from a delightful fpught valiantly for Democracy we know here exactly one year aud eleven outing in the picture que wilds near Mr Murray advocates harmony And months ago yesterday At that time he Falls of Rough unity He will make no aggressive fight was carrying a life policy of 2500 and Miss Hanks of Stepheneport will within party lines he has probably kept it up thus leaving teach the fall school here as she is a Bro Cuadlff was not able to preach It to his wife and child bright and accomplished young ladybe Sunday He had the Uav S 11 will be an acquisition to Irvington socie- Â¬ last Loyehwe of Louisville to fill hie pulpit ltoy I ley se r left last Wednesday night ty morning and night Bro Lovelace was for Owensboro to accept a position with Mm JeeT Jelly Mrs Satlle Cain and birth Â¬ our pastor In charge about twenty four 0 E Mitchel In the shoe department MlasFlesrewsa Cain attrtuled day dliwer tettdered Mm J D Will years ago He lia4 bees SHeeessful and lams ef MtVefvoflIll at the residence popular in the conference and was eor DAUGHTERS dlally greeted hereby the few old friends Development bwWInt Into womanhood of R M m tke XWi iat tow tvH duHeU face ptatpfed complex who wai in his flock Bro Cuadlff will Ken Waitf take ttie pgewbjm in a Mllow ptlni la tick ami ttdo and preach Wednesday and Thursday night caniUnUy ttrd our valley tWe year a a jtrewer of 8ae aVerage Afklserop and on Saturday ateieted by Bro Lee wheat The gao he will commence a series ef tervleea Uot trying ind critical time of lift for waa aixteM oaeheJe to the ear 1ft to 1 both BwltMr and dauchter KifuUteaocl at Cedar Grave to he ieilaWed by owe teed Mis buyfrd and seer lug an ent ttrwwttwa the iletleatc orzana which pretraeted services at Irvington with bttl4 perioral tho natural function of hamm1 ml aUUIlliiskti iMullJkM Bro Rnelilngaaalotlng Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Elder Meets With a Thrilling Accident While Visiting at Clicnault THE NEXT TIME You order collet Calico dont forgot to include a pound of Chue it Sanborn n - None better cruiUtl utation famous imp- Â¬ Its used the world Wo have it over nnd once tried you will want it all tho time tin Served at WorldB pat hod weekly shipped ia air tight chip Kept fresh and - Kuirit puro all the time We Have a Host of Customers Who wont have any other kind because they have tested its mciita and know it is pure and wholesome J C KOLTK Assignee SULZERS M -- T NTRTTATSr JFor GENERAL e 31 COMMISSION Western Hank OO MERCHANTS 1 f KV J J r Â¬ the Sale or Country Produce Vleliy TruM Comiwiiy 01 VmtUrkHStrcflKUn9liiidl0tli ISMIIE GARRETT Dr Itev T A liis wife nnd littlo llonrth accompanied by bale met hie last ap Wimps Wheel Broke Down Harrlnjton Has a New Buggy Other Notes - Jaok J W Harrington has bought a new buggy G It Miles went to Louisville Thurs Â¬ day with his hogs Miss Ida Hill spent Thursday hero tho guest of Miss Dora Funk Mrs ltosa Shacklett gave the young oiks a social Thursday night II II Mills and family were the guests of Dr Miles aud wife Sunday Mrs UucklfH spent Wednesday in larncttsvillo the guest of her sister 1 8 Kjberta and wife of Kkron spent Sunday at Mrs Laura Burchs Mrs Ijuio and Ethel Farleigh of were hero Sunday the Garrtoltaville guests of John Funk and children Misses Lula and Myrtle Crutcher re- Â¬ turned homo Monday from West Point alter several days visit with their broth- Â¬ er DrJE Wimp of Louisville came down Sunday on his wheel and while going out to his placo broke down and had to havo his wheel hauled to Mul draugh -- CLIFTON MILLS Our town Is on a boom Uncle Henry Is our boss politician now A J Dyes children havo tho whoop ing cough Mr Chas Kdonhelincr is our newest merchant A great deal of alckiura is in our com Â¬ munity atjiresent Jesso Ii Parks and wife took dinner witli Mr OrenduiT last Sunday Miss Daisy Watlington of Union Star is visiting her aunt Mrs II 11 Parke The chinch bugs have not done the damage that was expected two weeks Â¬ pointment Sunday at Clifton church be- Â¬ A fore tho meeting of the Presbytery good sermon was attentively listened to by a largo audience Those of our imnudiate neighborhood who bavo been very ill for a fow days and now convalescent are Ernest lleau champ Mrs II 0 Haddock Mrs E H Parr Willie Parr John Hattield and others with minor ailments We trust those not mentioned will not feel slight od as It would make this list very lengthy The future hog for the farmer Is tbo Chester white and there lb no strain of hogs moro deserving ot the praise and popularity lliey are rapidly gaining in all sections for the past two years They aro the poor mans silver bullion that will bring him In return for labor and food expended sixteen silver dollars to ono deilved from tho scrub An un Â¬ prejudiced trial will convince anyone The writer took a stroll across the country to our county scat last week and came back fully persuaded to favor any system or taxation that will place our country roads in a better condition and every farmer should work and look with a degree of anxiety for thu completion of a law or sjstem that will shortly give us bettor roads which would add much to the comfort of travel and greatly re Â¬ duce tho prlco of moving farm products What say you Mr Editor Miss Emma Wheeler who wo thought was convalescing nicely but Friday she waa takou suddenly ill and on Sunday Drs Milner and Klticheloo were called Into consultation with Dr Parks audit surgical opperaliou was decided ueces- wiry so Dr Duggan of Louisville was telephoned and ctme down on the II oclock train and with the assistance of Sons Parks and Klncli Drs Miluer eloo a very difficult opperatlon was per Â¬ formed which we trust will prove benu ficial but the chances are not good I a ago Thad Miller who has been very low of typhoid fdver for some weoks is con valeeceut Taylor Dowell of Irvlugton recently passed through on thu look of fat sheep and lambs Misses Gola OrenduiT and Annie Clay comb are visiting Miss Nellie Goodman of Hardinsburg Mies Nellie Goodman of Hardinsburg baa our district school and will begin teaching the first Monday In September Mr Chas Itodenheimer will go this week to Ioulaville to mako a purchase of goods to replenish his stock then hell be ready for btnlness Mr Jason Robertson wife and son took the train last Thursday for their homo in Missouri after a pleasant visit of some days with relatives and friends bore Mr AS Dye sold bis store and con tents to his son and soniu law and they sold the sarao to our townsman Mr Chas Itodenheimer who Is now our merchant conttabloof Powloy Thos Antlers ville waa in our little village last week posting notices to collect our school tax which waa levied to reseat and ceil our BchoeMiowe When When When When Paby was alcV we cave her Casvorta the was a Child alio cried for CiwitorU the became Mlxs he clung to Castoria alia had Children alio gave them Caitoria FOR SALE cuuie have no u at the NrmoflKc W hrettron SA115 otn A leroiid rund thrwj hole double guftalme ttute Will tell cheip tir It tor urliiuluri A It Inquire KJfAttNKS KINCIlKlf OARHES KINCHELOE ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARDINSDURO KY Collection special attention r and enlorcemont t luni gen OST IN QUANTITY BEST IN OUALIT Jos WOMANHOOD WORMS YEARS FOR Has led all WORM Remedies EVERY 10TTLE lUAMKTEEl kdatt JVSfl ataytrejriH WTmetJnK WW WHleliT Ohe w-Too-li- p Ny Joi aw ihen ThwulMiry An aeifl ef tobacco wormed la aa bewr vtttb N 8 1 and H otaya worwed or week Happy te All Dealers Sell It ipjx Q rpy and Q urn Tfie Worlds sAwW haklng M part or ca Fair Tests grt pewit Uav womanhood Dwtaff aj year Winter Mikhl Buohu boa sever failed In cutlng i of girlhood at tMa critical time the Art dnwcWa and aavahanU Arthur WINTKRSMITHS tm lULoivHeKyQMIAgrt BUCHU The Clifton session Bulecled for their representatives to tbo Presbytery whl h meets at Short Creek GraysM efrtwty Sepmber l lire M F Beard print eiple iiro J V W Clair iMrtetaHt al Â¬ ternate vermifuge 20 B1J MT AW DHIIHUMW t V aHitanaoe nawuia vs ev - WHITES CREH r isMWiWWMWHMilWstaM 8 - - rr3 pr THK eELJaOKmiStSfDGEl NRWS OtiOVRRf3ORT KY ri N 4 Jl Tho Cuban commander Gen Antonio Nannie Jarboe nge six years pieced a U S Govt Report Highest of all in Leavening Tower--Lat- est quilt nnd presented it to her grand fnther Maceo who was repotted to hnvo died J K Johnson nicely done for n child of of yellow fever is alive and nover has been sick Tho lots by yellow fever and that age smnlbpox nmoug the Spaniards amouuta John Shaw nnd wife ot Putusvlllo at Â¬ to 31000 during the last six months tended sorvlceH here Sunday und were thegucsta after services ofK 11 Johnxun skin iisjasm4 son and wife Tho Intone Itching nud f marling Inci Â¬ Thcro wilt not be overnlmlf crop of dent to eczema tetter wlt rlicnm nnd other tobacco in this section it is trenching diseases of tho Bkln is instantly allayed by applying Chambcrhtns Kyo ami Kiln and blooming nut and is not looking Ointment Many very bail enxes hnvo been r js Tl- - Tr right by nny means permanently cured by it it is equally Weak oyes arc mado strong dim vision cflident for itching piles nnd n favorite rem Â¬ S B Burnett was called to the bed Breckenridge News edy for soro nipples chapped hands chil- Â¬ made clear styes Are removed nml gran sldo otitis Bister Mrs Kittio Walker blains frost Mies and chronic soro eyes ulated lids or sore eyes of any kind may Wednesday Sho is very sick WKDNEMUY JtTIY 2J 181M but liavo For salo by druggists at 2T cents per box bospeedily and ellcctually cured by tho not learned whnt was tho matter Try Dr Cadis Condition rentiers they usoof Sutherlands Eagle KyoSnlvo Its Sapp A Dukes got more corn Saturday ate just what a home needs when in bad condi- Â¬ put up In tubes and sold on a guarantee than they were able to grind ou account tion Tonic blood purifier nnd vermifuge by nil dealers of the scarcity of water They give sat- Â¬ An oil strike of liberal proportions has isfaction which brings custom from away been made in lnwreuce county by the ofT That Coma to Louisa Oil Company n concern bncked Toll from the Grists Hev 8 J Ullcliey of Daviess county principally by home capital Tho prod Our Mill Through Live is a brilliant nnd light lubricant rich filled his regular appointment at tho uct This is the Presbyterian church Sunday nud was and ol excellent purity Clover- Kontucky Papors- samo field that was worked shortly after the guest Sunday night ot John Duke tho close of tho wnr when a hundred and family There is two right bad casus of flux iu barrel well wns fouud of the vicinity of Dukes Steve Powers ot Capsulo Doses of Pulvorizod Nows Mary Suodgrnss a white woman residOwensboro at the home of his brother ing at Iikevllle Ky went to Coburn Bob Powers from Different Parts of and little Tommy Sapp sou Va to hide her shnme from homo folks of it Sapp May Co Hero a mulatto baby was born to her Our Commonwealth We had a splendid rain Sunday It CANNELTON IND She tried to give the child away but no body would have it and she finally got will bo a great help to the crop which rid ot It by burning it iu a grate using a after two weeks hot sun and but little EASY TO SWALLOW shovel to push it down into the coals till rain had begun to stand in nted of a it wns nil consumed For this crime she good shower Tho gold bugsnre wnstlngbrenth when was hanged last week 13U ol Bickness nt Cnlhoon Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic they try to convince a toiling man that Ilsli thieves nront work InOwonsboro contains Oxygen and Nitro- Â¬ again free silver will make times hard Peo Â¬ Wlieelmon will parade iu Covington cures chills and makes you well gen in the proportion of one It rids you of having them nud builds ple have been deceived too long to look July IU for an oppression that Is already upon to five High wind blew n Hying duteliman up your strength It is pleasant to take them Xcver in tho history of our naand gives you a warm delightful feeling down at Owensboro Â¬ all oyer instead of tho miserable shiver- Â¬ tion were the laboring classes so financiThe Kltendalo fair begins July -- 3th ing It is good for the stomach too and ally oppressed as they are at this the aud closes August 1st peppermint is the best thing in the last days of the gold Btnndard administraCnjt Kord took charge of the Owcns- world for the bowels Avoid bitter qui tion boro jwetollko last Thursday ulne pills that may make you deaf aud air W II Smith editor of The Argus The heaviest rain all ever known nt have always handy In tho house a bot Benton Pa recommends a remedy tor itlagov wns on the Utli Inst tle of Dr BellH Peppermint Chill Tonic contains Oxygen and Nitrodiarrluea which he has used with magic Â¬ l onisvillo owes a gas bill ot nearly Its guaranteed al etlect Soveral weeks ago ho says gen the former greatly in IS000 nml has no money to pay it with Sensations have followed thick nnd I purchased u bottle ot Chamberlains excess ozone nnd is very Cougrefismnn Berry of Newport will fast in ltussellville nnd Ixgau county Colic Cholera and Diarrluea ltemedy soluble in water Heat liber- Â¬ take the stutnp for Bryau nnd free silver during the past week Among the most and after using less than one third of the ates it it is raken into the important happenings were tho double contents tho results were magical effect- Â¬ Andrew OsWiio aceidently shot and r lungs by inhalation absorb killed himself while hunting near Boon killing near Adairville three persons in ing on entire cure I heartily and cheerjured aud one killed by mules in tho fully recommend tho remedy to all suf-Â¬ ville ed by the blood which it ARTHUR SEWALL an attemptfering from diarrluea This remedy is J W Paris keeper of a toll gate in northern part of the county purifies and so goes directly Nominated for Vice President by tbe Democratic Convention at Chicago ed outrage iu Kussellville the tiling of for sale by A 1J Fisher druggist Fayette county shot and killed Jasper to the seat of all diseases two big datnago suits three divorce cases Black the stabbing of n negro woman tho sud Â¬ Send for our 200 page Spoons Free to All lion W T Bryan will make a cam Â¬ den death of a man in the Fourth Ward Sent free Treatise I read in the Christian Standard that paign speech at IMiisville in the near and the tiling of a petition asking for a Miss A M Fritz Station A St Louis future Building large and well equipped Faculty of twelve teachers educated vote on the liquor question Mo would give an elegant plated hook CARBO John V Mntthews for twenty years in the best schools of this country nnd Europe Four courses leading spoon to any one sending her six 2 cent 1529 Arch Strcot Philadelphia Pa cashier of the Now Castle bank died of Bucklens Arnica Salve to degrees Music course endorsed by the New England Conservatory Cal Toronto Can stamps I sent for one and fouud it so San Francisco dysentery Tho Best Salvk in the world for Cuts useful that I showed it to my friends Boston Patronage from nine states last year Terms reasonable ltecent heavy rains have coiitiuuod to Bruises Sores Ulcere Saltltheum Fever and made 13 in two hours taking orders Address A G MURPHEY Pres RussellviUc Ky feed the Kentucky river nml she is BtlU Sores TetterCbapped HandsChilblalns for the spoon The hook spoon is a OLD RELIABLE Â¬ nnd all Skin Eruptions nnd pos Corns on a boom The great nerve remedy for INDIGEShousehold necessity It cannot slip into TION Malnutrition NERVOUS EX- Â¬ J 0 BOURNE J M HARPER DANIEL BROOKS At Stanford Finley Campbell shot and itively cures Piles or no pay required tho dich or cooking vessel being held in HAUSTION PALPirATION OF THE Â¬ fatally wounded his wife Jealously was It is guaranteed to give perfect satis the place by a hooc on the back The HEART Loss of Appetite Flatulency faction or money refunded Price 25 the cause of it Constipation Billiousneea and kindred Bpoon is something housekeepers have CO eenta per box For sale by Short affections One teaspoonlul of this elixir of Georgetown is fixed nt needed ever since spoons were first in Â¬ City tax rate will digest 2000 grains albumen Hayues vented Any one can get a sample spoon sixty cents for city purposes and forty Are Does your food sour after eatin cents for school purposes by sending six S cent stamps to Miss you easily confused and excited Do DUKES For OHILLS and FEVXB you get up in tbe morning tired and un Fritt This is a splendid way to make John Kirk suicided at Miusvillo by NSVKR FAILS refreshed and with a bad taste in tbe money around home Very truly drowning In the Ohio river He left a mouth Mrs Rebecca Powers Visiting Steve READ I JeXNETTK S nolo bidding good by to everybody Is there a dull cloudy sensation at- Â¬ Greensboro Ala Mr Jos Atklo In Powers Is Sick Married In tended by a disagreeable feeling in the the druir basinets for twenty five years CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP The Central Labor Council of Lexing and never haro sold anything that gate bead and eyes EDITOR WALTON Hawesvllle such satisfaction ton have invited Hon W J Bryan to Are you irritable and restless Mr Irrln Miller Walnut Grove Miss Does your heart thump and cause you Bjieak in that city on labor day Septem I have been scllini Hughes Tonic for to gasp for breath after climbing a fight BOURBON STOCK YARDS Comes Oat Like a Democratic Patriot LOUISVILl E KY years It has superseded all others In ray ber 7 ot rain Beginning to need a shower of stairs irauc ror init maiarui country u is tac and Declares Himself for wty medicine we need The new water works reevoir broke Does it distress you to lie on your left vicin Â¬ Health moderately good iu this Mr K leulGlaBOwKywritetMy side at Stanford nud many houses were flood Â¬ ity the Ticket daujher contracted chilis No prescrip Have you im Dai red memory dimness -Â¬ tion ever save more than tempoiary reed Water gates ami fencing ere wash Miss Hattie Powers spentSunday with of vision depression of mind and gloomy lief Two bottles of HuehesTcntc cured ed away Th Interior Journal hi r completely bhe hsd no chill after forebodings her mother Mrs Jim Lay the first dose These symptoms are sometimes ac- Â¬ George N French traveling freight The Interior Journal hoped that after Mr HWWalton New Albany Miss Bay and wife of Cloverport at Â¬ Henry off companied by frightful dreams and are Ot Hughes Tonic sold not a failure re agent of the L A N railroad was over Â¬ tho Chicago convention had forced a red always distressing to a degree caused by tended services at Dukes Sunday A physician here has been cured fnrted come by heat nt the L A N depot in hot free silver declaration upon us and to Iluiihcs Took after no other class of ailments and means Mrs Kebecca Powers of Owensboro cure himself It is a pleasure to bandit Henderson had adopted other planks at variance that vou are suffering from Dyspepsia sucn a rcmeuy visiting relatives at Dukes this week is and Nervous Exhaustion Zra Trumbo the slick boy thief of Mrs Martha Burnett was the guest of with the ideas of many Democrats it Atk fur HUGHES TONIC Insist on IT There is no other remedy extant that would nominate a man like Bland for Morgan county who broke jiil at More nothing else and has done bo much for this class of trou- Â¬ her sister Mrs Maggie Roberts Wednes Â¬ instance whose democracy is unques- Â¬ head a few weeks ago was recaptured in bles as 50c and 100 BOTTLES day Ior SjIs by Druggists and Merchants 1 tioned aud whoso record is long and Johnson county straight The convention nevertheless Kev S J Hitchey of Daviess county The Watts iron furnace closed down at men were spent Saturday night with S B Uurnett thought Mr Bryan better fitted to stand Middleeboruugli and 100 on the platform aud made him the stand Â¬ The low and wife thrown out of employment It corrects all these conditions causes Misa Frankie Newbery was the guest ard bearer It is not our purpose now is given as the cause price of pig iron the stomach to perform its natural func- Â¬ Ky- however either to criticise the platform tions and will be found superior to Cod of Misses Olie and Onle Duke Saturday Miss Alice Moore daughter of the well or find fault with the nominee Our Liver Oil as a fattening agent It pun known horseman Tom Moore of Crab ovening flea and enriches tbe blood by causing readers know that we did all in our hum- Â¬ Tom Vaughn and Amelia Siterfield Singleton Orchard eloped with Charles the food to Assimilate properly ble power to stem the free silver tide and Capital Stoek 125 000 It your case has resisted the usual to Cincinnati and the two were married went to Hawesville and were married by fought for the gold standard till the last methods of treatment we are particularly Surplus 7 600 It has rained every day this mouth in Itev Baker anxious to have you give this Compound day in the evening But that is not hero Jack Smiley wife and daughter Flor Â¬ nor there We do not arrogate to our- Â¬ liarrard county and wheat Bhocks are atrial B T BEARD Fmldaat We guarantee relief in every case and Nearly all the ence were guest Saturday night of Joe selves more wisdom than is poseased by green with sprouts WILL MILLKB Vlet PTMlaut will cheerfully refund your money should and oats in the county are spoil Â¬ Hay and wife wheat U H BKARD CtJtlw the majority of the constituted authorÂ¬ our remedy fail to produce the most ed 1 Misses Olie and Oule Duke were the ities ot the pirty and believing in Uie a W BEARD gratifying results -- DlrtetoH MORRIS ESKBJDQI r Buying mixtures of spirits Trune juice nnd water Please remember that the appellation Mrs Marion Sinclair of Scott county guests after services Sunday of Misses right ot that majority to dictate the plat-Â¬ RM JOLLY Patent Medicine does not apply to for Bourbon Whisky when you get the form we have climbed upon the one is dead agjd eighty one years She had Frankie and Sudie Newberry INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Ture and Unadulterated Scotts Carba Dlgeiilve ConpoiiBtl been coutiued to her room for forty John Duke wife and daguhters Delia adopted at Chicago and while surren- Â¬ It is a prescription put up by a leading years and had been blind for more than and Clara visited near Glendeane last dering no conviction previously express- Â¬ For abou the sane Money physician who has made stomach and ed not at the same time professing any ten care week the guests ot Mrs Ida Starks nervous troubles a specialty for years Infallibility we shall endeavor to Btand Mios Kmiua Hewlett a beautiful and Mr Dukeourmiller while emptying a We court investigation and earnestly Old Coon Hollow 250 a gal urge all physicians to write us for the accomplished youug woman died at sack of corn into the hopper Tuesday upon it with both feet and give the nom Â¬ Older Coon Hollow formula of SCOTTS inees our hearty support So hurrah for 300 a gal lrincetou at the residence of Mrs Will found a large china doll in the sack COMPOUND which we will mall The modern stand- Â¬ Bryan and Sewall and may the devil Oldest Coon Hollow Kirk her sitter she is a niece of the 350 a gal on application that they may satisfy take McKluley and his running mate No charge for Hacking themselves of its harmless character and hteJlt Hewlett ard Family Medi- Â¬ excellent virtues Fine 4 jrr old Whisky 200 a cal A party of men near Itichmond went JStffi A statement ot the condition ot the cine Cures the Scotts Carbo DIatilWe Csweeuid to Beverley Johnsons house to whitecap Jug and plain box 25c additional United States Treasury July 15tb shows him but he was loaded with a shotgun Is the mct remarkable remedy that Kvery season from the time 1 common every day Available cash balance SAi Supplied in any auantitiaH 2l2 science has produced It baa succeeded and other protective aceoutertnenta and was two j aw old 1 suffered dread Â¬ gold reserve S6S22X where all other medicines have failed Mail orders promptly shipped Terms Cashr ills of humanity hasty retreat they beat a fully fftim erysipelas which kept Sold by druggists everywhere 100 Gov Bradley Las rewired many invi Â¬ RrewiiiR worse until my hands wero per bottle or sent direct on receipt of HSr almost useless The bones softened pries tations to make campaign speeches but Write ua for testimonials and physic so that they would bond and several he is too busily engaged in sly affairs THE ians endorsements of my lingers are now crooked from 2d and Main Sta Louisville Ky where he thinks the public are not ou to Great RESTORER Address all orders to this cause On 111 j to accept any ot them as yet him Restores prfoct CONCORD CHEMICAL MF6 CO ttearn vor ami hand I carry lirgo Dr Bells Peppermint Chill Tonic is a maobotxl ttntl re scars which but for movwj all ototaperfect liver regulator anti malarial and T8lEKKAK cles to marriisre Kemoves biliousness blood puritler Restores the T Cures chills and without pursing V entire- nervous hou many Urjn Uctorlet to sapplr W ml tou So ton sfateru and itorx all hTtn Sarsaparilla would T makes the complexiou good Guaran Â¬ vital kvs Re Ih sores provided I teed by all dealers moves effects of the tins of youth and ex was alive aud ahlo a mi mm w aid 10 a iv jtarrsu A 1 A members secured the release w cesses ot later years T to carry anything Wi Court XOTJISVILiat XV Removoa all effects a woman from the Convent of the of Klght bottles of of din tpaUon and reGood Shepherd at Louisville una writ pair ill wjsle place Ayera Sarsapnrillt cured me so of habeas corpus but she declined to go Curoa IcJoainU and iCUHES NOTHING BUT PILES that 1 haw had no return of the restores refreshing jTE with her new friends prefening to reÂ¬ TUroottcentrtllu I disease for more than twenty j ears vltep Cures Im J HottJ la Uo citv j i A SURE and CERTAIN CURE main with the sisters potence and restores The first Iwttle seemed to reach tho known for IS years as the full vital power A oil of the Kepublican Stat ofllclah siot nnd a persistent use of it hui Cures all wartime I BEST REMEDY fcr PILES perfected the cure O V Davis ttieaM scd restore at Frankfort has brought out the univer MX MfiU BKV88UTS to all rortt of tbe body deteUravnt Wnutoma Wit sally expressed opinion that the money rKttUMMriQa 0SITUW NERVE LIFE U ttw only purely question is the paramount issue of the sritntifc trvaUuent art stfonlj lelief frcta It mnovett trxj raiua U first days ir campaign Still you will dud thai down and audits nature to tffect a curt Cure here In the country these little fellows guaranteed bptxUI dlscxwqt topbjrWcUoa Our ricw trtalli oa Nervous UtMasrs who are only permitted to trot along un Manboctt iu Lou anj Iltccrvtry mailed iWr the Republican band wagon are try fit In plain sealed wraprer for two 3 cent ATTORNEY AT TKS OSXT WCaOBS TAB TLgu Sukkiac aM la FaWraa county atantpa Mention this opr a7 UOI la to talk tariff CLOVERTOKr KY aa4 Mc l Trial Tratant a4 U CtUi4 IbL attacked tbe bob Ion iaa as4 J JMNSMI Cry mimiHi UEMCAL StMICH MAHAtm m4 wrtU 0m U BtrUaVnnj Xut al tba opwtow wr aewpelit J to akthe ATX KtlaMA20 rata btrilfer proUeUon InaBfUf I H lw ABSOLUTELY PURE Powder Â¬ of Â¬ OVER THESTATE Â¬ The TAILOR J H Hunsche Â¬ Will be in port on the 2d and 4th Friday every month Casper with The Air We Breathe Â¬ DrsStarkeyPalenV Â¬ Â¬ Compound Oxygen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SCOTTS LOGAN FEMALE COLLEGE Drs Starkey Palcn DIQESTIVE HUGHES B0UENE HAEPEE BE00KS Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JEWELRY AND - INSURANCE trI 20 per cent on Jewelry Watches and Clocks for the next m THIRTY DAYS Scotts Carbo Digestive Protect yourselves against Fire Lightning Compound Ternados Cyclones and Death by having BANK Geo H Casperke Brandenburg to write your policy of Insurance HAEDIlTSBURa GEO H CASPERKE Dont Waste Your Money OARBO-DIGES-T1V- E A Sufferer Cured Hollow Whisky SrccLon Goon 1 NERVE LIFE 22S Tories - XDnjug glst AYERS flONv WOOL - BtAI Wr iTABLERSIllI V BUGKEYErlUlJ OINTMENT WOOL 2i HERNDON CARTER GO AYERS Sarsaparilla mou Gus Brown gfBnLgg LAW m Children 4 for rlfiuisvlLLtKyJ Pitchers Casttrla r 1